Everyone on the Clemson football team deserves to bask in the glory of the season, especially quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

The true freshman was phenomenal in each and every game this campaign and saved the best for last with over 300 yards passing and three scores against Alabama. He is now apparently the king of Nick Saban and a national champion, two titles that do not come easily. 

Lawrence expressed all his feelings on Instagram with an emotional post for his friends, family and fans. 

The caption reads: This is the word that continuously comes to mind when I think about this team. This place, this school, this season, this team, and this time is special. Words can’t express the gratitude and appreciation I have for everyone involved and all who supported. To the seniors and guys who won’t be coming back next season, you all are amazing, and thank you for all you’ve done for myself and for Clemson. (Also shoutout to the o-line and Chase Brice, cause they don’t get enough credit). It’s because of GOD’S grace this is all possible. The amazing thing is, the best is still yet to come. Keep your dreams bigger than your memories, cause we’re not done yet. #BestTeamToEverDoIt

This is what the freshman must have dreamt of when he decided to head to Clemson instead of Georgia and other schools. One year and one title is a pretty solid start, especially the way he went about it.

Lawrence did mention the guys who wouldn't be back next season, which includes Trayvon Mullen Jr. 

The ending of that heartfelt post by Lawrence is should be what terrifies the rest of the college football world. Clemson is currently the best team in the nation and may run off a string of titles with Lawrence at the helm, giving them the chance to pass Alabama.

Lawrence has at least two more years of championships and dominance to go, so get used to seeing posts like this.