Even $5M insurance policy for J. Clowney isn't enough to cover NCAA's short-sightedne

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  1. Wolf

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  2. steelbtexan

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    The thing is if Clowney gets injured and drops from the #1 pick to say the 3rd rd, he loses the difference between the #1 pick and being a 3rd rd pick.

    He cant just sit out the season either and be eligible for the 2014 draft. He has to play for the Gamecocks. I guess he could show up for spring practice and get kicked off of the team and be eligible
     
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    Sure he could. Clowney would be 3 years removed from his high school graduation and draft eligible. He could leave school right now, hire an agent, and start prepping for the 2014 draft.
     
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    why cant he just sit out?
     

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