Can Jadeveon Clowney Finally Break out in 2016?

May 30, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Before the Houston Texans selected him with the first overall pick in 2014, one image stood out when you heard Jadeveon Clowney's name: a flying helmet.
It belonged to Michigan running back Vincent Smith. As it floated through the air during the 2013 Outback Bowl, a transformation took place. Overnight, Clowney turned into a fierce monster who can devour running backs and quarterbacks at will, all before palming the ball as though it was a tiny figurine.
After the vicious hit, Clowney’s draft stock skyrocketed. Suddenly he was a generational talent set to storm the league. Suddenly he was preparing to take up residency in every backfield. And suddenly he was among the best can’t-miss first overall picks in recent memory.
Then just as suddenly, he was gone.
Clowney suffered a knee injury in his regular-season NFL debut, which later led to microfracture surgery. The “will he ever be the same again?” conversation immediately follo...

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