We don't know this Trevor Lawrence.
When examining Lawrence's past, ESPN revealed the Cartersville, GA, native didn't always have the flowing locks we've all become accustomed to.
Don't believe us? Lawrence looked completely different as a gangly teenager growing up right outside of Atlanta.
At 14 years old, Lawrence was already making noise as a high school freshman, receiving genuine interest from Power-5 programs at a young age.
Now 19, Lawrence's game hasn't changed nearly as much as his appearance. After overtaking Kelly Bryant as the Clemson starter in September, Lawrence has become one of the best stories in college football. He may look like Sunshine in 'Remember the Titans', but this guy is lethal with the ball in his hands.
“Once upon a time, I did beat Alabama.”— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) January 8, 2019
The only freshman QB to beat a Nick Saban Crimson Tide team is part of a select group Trevor Lawrence will try to join Monday (by @RossDellenger) https://t.co/XvrebbWjDQ
Beating Alabama, however, is a whole different challenge altogether.
A challenge that, it turns out, Spicoli was entirely up to. Our man with the flowing locks ended up eviscerating Bama's defense to the tune of 20-of-32 for 347 yards and three touchdowns. We've clearly got a new era upon us; Lawrence's remaining two guaranteed years at Clemson, he'll certainly be able to compete with Bama, if not outright surpass them year in and year out.
I mean, what defensive stud wouldn't want to go back him up? Justyn Ross is nearly as ridiculous as Lawrence himself. It feels like a done deal. We'll be seeing a ton more of this man moving forward.