Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

A source tells me that Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence is among the players taking top-30 visits with the Bucs. They already selected another colossal defensive tackle in Vita Vea last year, so this is an interesting one.

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12dDavid Hale

Swinney not focused on repeat for Clemson

On a day last season's seniors received their national championship rings at halftime of Clemson's spring game, coach Dabo Swinney said his goal isn't on repeating, but making the 2019 team the best it can be.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Here are some of the best official times for the cornerbacks who worked out Monday at the NFL scouting combine: Jamel Dean (Auburn), 4.30; Mark Fields (Clemson), 4.37; Greedy Williams (LSU) 4.37; Isaiah Johnson (Houston), 4.40; Sean Bunting (Central Michigan), 4.42.

Kiper: Lawrence still a potential top-10 pick despite injury at combine (1:47)

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

In the large men running fast department at the NFL scouting combine, Clemson's Dexter Lawrence, Alabama's Quinnen Williams and Clemson's Christian Wilkins showed plenty of athleticism in the early going in Sunday's workouts in Indianapolis. Lawrence, at 342 pounds, had an unofficial clocking of 5.05 in the 40-yard dash, Williams (303 pounds) had an unofficial 4.87 and Wilkins (315 pounds) had an unofficial 5.10. Just as a point of comparison Dontari Poe got plenty of attention for his 4.98 40-yard dash, at 346 pounds at the time, at the 2012 combine.

Turron Davenport ESPN 

Clemson DL Dexter Lawrence put up 36 reps on the bench. Christian Wilkins had 28 reps. Both of them are having solid showings so far at the Combine.

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47dDan Graziano

DL Lawrence: Every time I pee in cup, I pray

Ex-Clemson lineman Dexter Lawrence says the failed drug test that kept him out of both CFP games this past season has resulted in questions about it from every team he's met with at the NFL scouting combine.

Dane Beavers ESPN.com 

Texas A&M's Erik McCoy is the fastest offensive lineman at the NFL combine. McCoy, ranked as the No. 4 center in the 2019 draft by ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr., ran the 40-yard dash in 4.89 seconds here in Indianapolis, edging out Boston College's Chris Lindstrom (4.91) and NC State's Garrett Bradbury (4.92). Washington State tackle Andre Dillard, who Kiper has ranked as a first-round prospect, ran a 4.96.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

And as the offensive linemen finished their 40-yard dashes Friday morning, three more checked in with a sub-5.0 clocking in the 40-yard dash -- Texas A&M's Erik McCoy (4.82, unofficial), Boston College's Chris Lindstrom (4.88, unofficial) and Weber State's Iosua Opeta (4.94, unofficial). Five linemen ran sub-5.0 Friday.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

In a year most personnel executives in the league believe is a good one for defensive linemen in the NFL draft, Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence will be an interior player to keep an eye on in the first round next month. Lawrence measured in at 6-foot-4 1/2-inches tall, 342 pounds Friday morning at the scouting combine. He also had an 84-inch arm-span, which is exactly the profile many defensive line coaches want.

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63dMyron Medcalf

Swinney on Zion: 'Might even put him at' QB

At 6-foot-7 and 292 pounds, Duke freshman Zion Williamson is a force on the basketball court. But Clemson's Dabo Swinney told Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski that he'd put Williams "wherever" he wanted to play on the football field.