Bottom feeders have their eyes on one prize: Trevor Lawrence
The 2020 season is now close to the midway point of the year, and the playoff picture is beginning to take shape across the league. With only one team left without a win, the race for Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is also starting to take shape with the 2021 NFL Draft closer than one would think.
The undoubted first overall pick in the draft, Lawrence has all but solidified that as he leads the race for the Heisman Trophy, and the top ranked Clemson Tigers. Through five games in the 2020 season, Lawrence has thrown just one interception and is completing a massive 73 percent of his passes to start the season. Lawrence has thrown a whopping 15 touchdown passes and has tossed for just over 1,500 yards as the Tigers remain undefeated in their quest back to the National Championship game.
The presumed best quarterback to come out of the college level since Andrew Luck in 2012, and potentially even before, Lawrence is the prized jewel of NFL teams. Not only is Lawrence the prized jewel, but the first overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft is the golden ticket to a decade plus of the brilliance of Lawrence.
Through six weeks, which teams currently sit with the best and most likely chance to land Lawrence when the 2021 NFL Draft rolls around in April? We take a look at that here as both the NFL and college football seasons are well underway.