mulberry daria satchel Jadeveon Clowney makes a move to get to the ball past Central Florida tight end Justin Tukes during the first half of a game in Orlando, Fla., Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013.(AP Photo/John Raoux)
Jadeveon Clowney didn't run the 40-yard dash or get under the bench to show NFL coaches how many times he could put up 225 pounds at South Carolina's Pro Day Wednesday.But the All-American defensive lineman didn't have to.The speed, quickness and explosiveness he showed in various position drills was enough to have coaches and executives grinning and media members gushing."When he woke up today, he was the most talented defensive lineman in the world and when he wakes up tomorrow it'll be the same thing," NFL Network's Mike Mayock said during the broadcast of the workout."Working out along former teammates defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles and defensive end Chaz Sutton, Clowney's superior skillset shined as NFL coaches put the trio through a gauntlet of grueling drills including, agility work, footwork drills and even some reps at linebacker.Clowney, the No. 1 player at his position in Mayock's rankings, broad jumped seven bags before picking up a pair of tennis balls. It was something Detroit Lions defensive line coach Jim Washburn had never see.Former Auburn defensive lineman Dee Ford jumped over six bags in the same drill.Clowney even impressed when he dropped into coverage despite having somewhat tight hips, something typical of a man his size.The 6-foot-6 South Carolina native weighed in at 266 pounds, the same number he tipped the scales at February's NFL Combine in Indianapolis and looked as if he gave every drill 100 percent effort.At the combine, Clowney ran an impressive 4.53 in the 40-yard dash but underwhelmed with 21 reps on the bench press.Clowney finished his career at South Carolina with 24 sacks.Coaches from the Texans, owners of the No. 1 overall pick, Jaguars, Bengals, Falcons and Rams were all among those in attendance today. Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel couldn't contain himself, jumping onto the field to work Clowney out personally."I want to be the best, I say it to myself every morning when I wake up," said Clowney when asked to address doubts about his work ethic and will. "Let's go out here and be great today. I always get better at my game, doing something everyday. I just want to be good at it and one of the best so I can be talked about forever."
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