Clemson CB declares for NFL draft
Clemson junior cornerback Trayvon Mullen declared for the NFL draft via social media on Wednesday.
Mullen is coming off of earning defensive MVP honors in the National Championship Game.
"First, I want to thank the Clemson Family for the experience I've gained and the opportunity to play on this team for the past three years," Mullen posted on Twitter. "This school and program have helped me become a better person on and off the field. Because of the culture, our fans and for many other reasons, Death Valley will always hold special memories for me...With all this being said, it was a tough decision, but I left it in God's hands. I am ready to move on to the next chapter in my life. I have decided to forgo my senior year and declare for the NFL draft."
DraftScout.com rates Mullen as the No. 3 cornerback among junior cornerbacks and CBS Sports lists Mullen as the No. 52 prospect overall currently.
Mullen tallied an interception, two sacks, three pass breakups, four tackles for loss and 36 total stops this season, earning second-team All-ACC honors.
He posted six tackles, all solo stops, with a sack and an interception versus Alabama.
Thank You, Clemson Family ?? pic.twitter.com/ZdDXiRh9QF— Trayvon Mullen Jr (@MullenIsland1) January 9, 2019
Love you bruh !! Go get that bag?????? https://t.co/pmnTapwZU9— Amari Rodgers3?? (@arodgers_3) January 9, 2019
Salute! Love you brother ??? https://t.co/MLoWzUfpYj— AJ Terrell (@ajterrell_8) January 9, 2019
One of my absolute favorites in this class declares. https://t.co/xFlK6yULSR— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) January 9, 2019
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