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02/18/19 - Previewing the 2019 NFL Combine: Second Day (Future) Starter: Tre Lamar, Clemson,...Sensational freshman signal-caller Trevor Lawrence and a dominant defensive line earned much of the attention for Clemson's second national title over the past three seasons but don't discount the impact their quarterback on defense - Lamar- had on the Tigers' title run. Starting every game for the first time in his three seasons at Clemson, Lamar emerged as one of the top linebackers in the entire country, being named a finalist for the Dick Butkus Award and earning Second Team All-ACC honors with 79 tackles, including 5.5 for loss and three sacks, along with an interception he returned 43 yards. Listed at 6-4, 255 pounds by Clemson, Lamar is bigger than some of this year's top defensive linemen and a classic inside run-stuffing thumper well-suited to a traditional 3-4 scheme. Like the New England Patriots' similarly-built Donta Hightower (6-3, 260), Lamar offers a rare combination of size and speed, offering all sorts of options for a creative defensive play-caller. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
01/09/19 - Clemson cornerback Trayvon Mullen is headed to the NFL draft. Mullen and fellow Tigers starter linebacker Tre Lamar announced their intentions Wednesday to forego their senior seasons to turn pro. The two are the first of what's expected to be several defensive starters who will leave the school for the NFL draft. Lamar is a 6-4, 255-pound junior who was third on Clemson with 80 tackles. Several other Clemson players, including defensive end Clelin Ferrell and defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence, have not announced whether they will turn pro. Players have until Monday to decide. - AP College Football
11/30/17 - Clemson starting linebacker Tre Lamar will miss the top-ranked Tigers' Atlantic Coast Conference championship game with No. 7 Miami because of continuing shoulder problems. The team listed the 6-foot-3, 240-pound Lamar as out with a shoulder stinger on its injury report released Thursday. Clemson coach Dabo Swinney held out hope that Lamar, who has started eight games this season, would be healthy enough to return. Instead, Lamar will miss his third straight contest after getting hurt in Clemson's 31-14 win over Florida State on Nov. 11. Lamar is sixth on the Tigers with 52 tackles. His four sacks are tied for fourth most among Clemson's defense. The Tigers (11-1) face Miami (10-1) in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Saturday night. - AP College Football