Summary: Adrian Clayborn lost some money not coming out after last season, but earned his degree. His impact was lessened and his production plummeted as teams focused on him. Medical will need to be confident the Erb's Palsy he was born with is not going to be a future hindrance. All things considered his ability to do damage behind the line of scrimmage will probably make him worth the risk early in the 2011 NFL Draft.
Player Comparison: Tyson Jackson. Both Jackson and Clayborn are well-rounded although neither will threaten sack records. Jackson saw his stock skyrocket with his ability to play end in a 3-4, but unfortunately for Clayborn, the 2011 NFL Draft has a lot of talent on the defensive line.
I don't know how successful Lamar Jackson is gonna be at the next level since you still have to be a sophisticated passer in the NFL, but I think Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen are the real deal. People have somewhat forgotten about the latter because he's been sidelined with an injury, but he'll bounce back, be a Heisman contender next season and probably end up in the 2018 Draft's top 10.