Trevor Lawrence didn’t need to bring back a solo professional day at Clemson on Friday to ensure it would be Jaguar’s first choice for the 2021 NFL Championship. Lawrence went through the required series of training, but the most impressive thing he showed to scouts, coaches and other staff members from more than half of the league was reminding everyone of how distinguished his athletic performance was relative to his size. Under the watchful eye of his future Jacksonville NFL coach, Urban Meyer, Lawrence lit it up at his indoor BOW facility. According to Jane Slater of the NFL Network, Lawrence weighed 6 feet 5 5/8 inches tall at 213 pounds strong. His hand was also sized 10 inches, with his arm measuring 31 1/2 inches with a wingspan of 78 1/4 inches. Lawrence has thrown the entire road tree to vast receivers looking to improve the NFL’s odds in 2021, including Cornell Powell, his former Clemson teammate who has become a potentially hotter senior in Senior Powell, and Sharon Beck, the 28-year-old veteran. Which was the pick for the 7th round of aircraft from Clemson in 2016. For each of NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, 17 teams were represented, led by Jaguars with Meyer and attack coordinator Darrell Bevell. More: The SN’s latest NFL mock draft of 2021 Lawrence has done much proving his worth through his prolific college career and heroism. Here’s the fast food from his unofficial last day as a Tiger for Dabo Swinney: The Jaguars were already obsessed with Trevor Lawrence Meyer and Swinney wore masks to follow COVID-19 protocols, but Meyer had trouble distancing himself from Lawrence. While the other teams were on the sidelines, Meyer spoke with Sweeney and was there on the field with the best player in the draft. Bevel and Mayer know that they will soon be working with Lawrence and can rest assured that there should be no restrictions on the rules of the game or “restrain” Lawrence as a rookie. Jacksonville officials didn’t need to explore Lawrence personally to know he was going to be their pick. They were there to speed up the action and kick-start what young Lawrence needed to complete his advanced development. Trevor Lawrence competed for himself, not against anyone else, the big question about getting Lawrence into a professional day before he had a lip repair surgery on his non-falling left shoulder, why? Lawrence, who wore a purple Clemson jersey, sprinter shorts and Air Jordans, was enjoying throwing smooth passes all over the field. His passion for the game is becoming clearer to everyone, speaking to Rece Davis of ESPN after a professional daily workout, Lawrence wanted to throw because he loves throwing, and has been “adapting and adjusting” to the fact that his pre-plans now will be about injury rehabilitation versus intense training in California. Jordan Palmer – Carson’s brother to No. 1 in 2003 – who oversaw the exercise, told Sports Illustrated’s Albert Brier that Lawrence “has nothing to hide.” Lawrence didn’t need to go try and push back Zach Wilson or Ohio from BYU State’s Justin Fields as the best QB in the class. Instead, it achieved its goal of boosting its high-end stock, and letting everyone want more. Trevor Lawrence would only be really ready to perform again at Jaguar boot camp, Lawrence, as previously estimated, told Davis that he should be able to throw the ball again. Six to eight weeks after your next shoulder surgery. But he also said it would take four to five months for him to get a full permit for all football activities. In making the calculations, as expected, Lawrence’s rehabilitation should reach a significant early stage before the first round of the draft begins on April 29. It should also be good to go to everything on the field in mid-July, or shortly before introducing the juniors to camp. This is exactly why he wanted a casual training session for Jaguar before he moved into delegate mode for them most of the vacation. More: Ranking of Best QBs in 2021 NFL DraftTrevor Lawrence has an arm to put into a conversation with Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes – Lawrence may need to put himself on a “kick-off” with his cannon against the young defender in the AFC soon. If there was any doubt about Lawrence’s deep arm, he ended his professional day with a beautiful full shot. It’s hard to think that someone might be at the level of billers and bosses, but Lawrence has just as much flux with his bombs as he does with his hair. Trevor Lawrence attracted a large non-Jaguars crowd to help with their QB ratings, and Jets, picking second, had General Manager Joe Douglas there. The Falcons, which took fourth, had both GM Terry Fontenot and trainer Arthur Smith there. The Panthers, who picked eighth, had their offensive coordinator Joe Brady there as he made the short flight from Charlotte, and all of those teams among several in 2021 need to consider a long-range QB upgrade. The copycat league, which saw the Chiefs win the Super Bowl title by climbing from Alex Smith to Mahomes and saw the Pirates win the Super Bowl by jumping from Jameis Winston to Tom Brady, now must continue to think about how to find the highest possible ceiling in the position, Lawrence possesses the skill set of dreams, and that will only become a reality for Jaguar. But for those other teams considering crafting a high QB in the first round, they need to know what kind of odds they will have in terms of what Lawrence can do with his arm and athletics.