Former Clemson defensive lineman and current New York Giant Dexter Lawrence continues,
to rack up the honors amidst his fourth season in the NFL.
Lawrence, who was named to his first career NFL Pro Bowl back in December,
earned his first ever All-Pro Team honors on Friday. The former Tiger was named to the AP’s Second-Team All-Pro Team,
which also included fellow Giants teammate and left tackle Andrew Thomas.
In his fourth season with New York, Lawrence has tallied 58 tackles,
7.5 sacks and three pass breakups in 16 game appearances.
Since being drafted by the Giants with the No. 17 overall pick in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft,
Lawrence has played in all 64 games while recording 193 tackles,
15.6 sacks and eight pass breakups over the course of four seasons.
Lawrence garnered 162 tackles (20 for loss), 43 quarterback pressures, 11 sacks,
five pass breakups, one forced fumble and three fumble recoveries in over 40 game appearances, 36 starts and two national championship wins.