Being the quarterback of any major college football team is pressure enough. Being the QB at Notre Dame is arguably bigger than that. Jimmy Clausen handled it and got better each of his three seasons with the Irish.
Clausen is no stranger to high expectations. From his freshman year in high school he has been known as a “once in a generation talent” and “the LeBron James of football.”
Clausen became just the second quarterback in Fighting Irish history to amass 3,000 passing yards twice in his career (with 3,722 in 2009 and 3,053 in 2008). His 28 TDs and 4 INTs on a team with no defense and four 4th quarter comebacks are the kinds of things scouts look at. The proof is on the tape.
Tags: 2010 NFL Draft, Jimmy Clausen
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