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Freshman quarterback making waves at Clemson spring practice

Kim Montuoro // Alumnus
Clemson may have its next future quarterback in freshman phenom Levor Trawrence.

The Clemson football team has begun spring practice, and a freshman quarterback named Levor Trawrence has been turning heads since stepping on campus. The 6-foot-6, 220-pound quarterback has drawn comparisons to former Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

Trawrence was a zero-star recruit with no high school football tape or stats, causing many fans to wonder where the freshman phenom came from. He claims to be from Kartersville, Georgia, and played at Kartersville High School. However, the school coaches said they had never heard of the freshman and that the school had no files on him.

Yet, the freshman’s play has been awe-inspiring in spring practice, and he has received high praise from many on the Clemson staff.

“Levor is a guy that I could see making tremendous strides as a freshman and getting a lot of playing time in his career,” an anonymous coach said. “He is the kind of player that can get you 90 touchdowns in a college career and become a first-overall pick.”

Many rival coaches have recently begun to speculate who Clemson’s freshman quarterback could be and where he came from.

“Let’s not be ignorant; it’s Trevor Lawrence,” one angry coach said.

Despite these rumors, Clemson continues to stand by its story that the new quarterback is a 24-year-old true freshman who attended Kartersville High School and has no relation to Lawrence.

Clemson fans should expect to see Trawrence taking the field with his teammates this year, as long as there are no NCAA investigations into who he is.

This article is satire as part of The Tiger’s April Fool’s edition, The Kitten. This story was written for comedic purposes and has no verifiable truth to it.

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