Jadeveon Clowney ticketed for speeding again
The potential No. 1 overall pick will pay a $455 fine after being caught going 84 miles-per-hour in a 55 mph-zone.
Jadeveon Clowney had best hope his draft stock isn't affected by his driving record.
The State reported that Clowney received a speeding ticket Thursday morning after being allegedly clocked at 84 miles-per-hour in a 55 mph-zone. Per information provided to The State by the Columbia police department, Clowney was pulled over near the intersection of Interstates 26 and 126, and issued a ticket for $445.
An officer told the paper Clowney "was courteous and didn’t complain."
The ticket is the second for Clowney in a matter of weeks, with the future top draft pick clocked at 110 in a 70-miles-per-hour zone December 7. That ticket cost Clowney $355.
South Carolina state law allows licenses to be suspended after an accumulation of 12 points. Guilty pleas to charges of driving more than 25 miles over the posted limit -- as in both of Clowney's tickets -- are worth six points each.
Steve Spurrier: Jadeveon Clowney "needs to go to driving school, doesn't he?"— Josh Kendall (@JoshatTheState) December 26, 2013
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