Twitter reacts to Jackson Carman being picked in second round
|Friday, April 30, 2021, 8:55 PM- -|
Clemson offensive lineman Jackson Carman was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals with the 46th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft on Friday night.
Social media was excited for Carman who was drafted by his favorite NFL team which happens to be his hometown team too.
Carman is the second-highest Clemson offensive lineman drafted in school history.
Clemson has had three top 50 picks in the last three drafts.
Check out some of the reaction on Twitter on the Bengals picking Carman:
Jackson Carman taken with 46th pick of the draft by Cincy. He is second highest drafted Clemson offensive lineman in history.— Tim Bourret (@TimBourret) May 1, 2021
Dave Thompson, an offensive guard, was 30th pick of Lions in 1971 draft.
The #Bengals have now gotten some more help for Joe Burrow on the OL.— Shea Dixon (@Sheadixon) May 1, 2021
In Round 2, Cincinnati goes with Clemson OT and Ohio native Jackson Carman.
He left high school as a 5-star and No. 2 OT in the 2018 class on the @247Sports Composite.
Cincinnati ? Clemson ? Cincinnati pic.twitter.com/I2M8Y8hAIC— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) May 1, 2021
Jackson Carman was a big time recruit but fairly underwhelming at Clemson. Probably needed to stay another year.— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) May 1, 2021
The Bengals needed someone who can step in Day 1 and protect Burrow, not a project.
@Jackthejiant aye man say man! We back together ???? let’s work brudda!!— Tee Higgins? (@teehiggins5) May 1, 2021
Jackson Carman is returning to the Queen City. Welcome back home! pic.twitter.com/JWQ3tOvKR5— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) May 1, 2021
Jackson Carman said he played the last five games at Clemson with a herniated disk. Said he had surgery to repair it and feels good with the recovery.— Ben Baby (@Ben_Baby) May 1, 2021
Jackson Carman protected the highest drafted player in Clemson history, opened up holes for the greatest running back in ACC history, and ended up being the highest drafted Clemson o-lineman in 5 decades.— Austin Pendergist (@apthirteen) May 1, 2021
Very happy he chose Clemson over Ohio State. pic.twitter.com/2DAsXp8hDo