The former Clemson standout confessed that through a Sunday evening tweet where he thanked Jaguars supporters for buying a wedding present and increasing over $11,000 for him to contribute to a charity of his choice. Lawrence wrote that he and his wife, Marissa, will contribute $20,000 to charities in Jacksonville and that they"expect to be part of the community shortly."
"Shortly" will probably mean April 29, soon after the draft starts at 8 pm ET (ESPN along with the ESPN program ). The Jaguars have the first overall selection, along with the anticipation because the 2020 season finished is that the team will pick Lawrence, whom ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. rankings as his fourth-highest-graded quarterback potential supporting John Elway, Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning.
Jaguars coach Urban Meyer advised NBCSports.com last month which carrying Lawrence together with the first overall pick is"the path we are going."
Jaguars fans put together a societal networking campaign to raise cash to buy a present for Lawrence's wedding. The overall contributions raised attained $11,203, based on one of the organizers of this fund-raising drive.