The American sports world is currently on pause because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But that is not stopping anyone from talking about the future. Despite coronavirus fears, the 2020 NFL Draft is taking place as scheduled from April 23-25. However, fans will not be permitted to attend the event, which was to be staged on the Las Vegas Strip. Many hope next year’s draft will go off without a hitch, and there is already a clear frontrunner for the No. 1 overall pick: Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence. ESPN analyst and former 12-year NFL quarterback Dan Orlovsky was a guest on “Get Up!” on Friday and he was asked his opinion on Lawrence. Orlovsky gave as glowing an analysis as anyone has to this point on the Clemson signal-caller. “Once in a generation,” Orlovsky said. “He will be the highest-rated and the most sought-after prospect at that position since Andrew Luck. In many ways, talent-wise, flawless. He’s big, he’s athletic, he’s smart, he’s got a live arm, he can make every type of throw that you need — deep ball, balls that needs to be put on a rope, touch ball, out-breaking routes, in-breaking routes. Incredibly hard working, humble, intelligent, like… Read full this story
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