Noah Clowney and Jadeveon Clowney are Two Athletes Sharing the Same Family Name

Noah plays NCAA basketball for Alabama while Jadeveon plays in NFL for Cleveland Browns
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Noah Clowney and Jadeveon Clowney are not related to each other. Noah and Jadeveon are athletes from the United States.

Noah was born on July 14th, 2004. He was born in Roebuck, South Carolina. He attended Dorman High School in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Noah's Amateur Athletic Union Team was 'Team Dickerson Celtics.' His alma mater is the University of Alabama.

Whereas, Jadeveon was born on February 14th of, 1993. He was born in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Jadeveon attended Pointe High school, where he played American football for his high school team, Stallion.

Jadeveon's alma mater is the University of South Carolina. He played college football and won the prestigious Ted Hendricks Award, an annual award given to college-level football's top defensive end. 

Noah Clowney and Jadeveon Clowney are unrelated to each other. Noah and Jadeveon share a career in sports.

Noah is a youngster who a great basketball potential in the future while Jadeveon is a veteran NFL player
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People may have assumed they are family members since they share the same last name, Clowney.

Noah is a basketball player who plays as a forward for the Alabama Crimsons, whereas Jadeveon plays American football as a defensive end for National Football League's Cleveland Browns.

The duo also have a big age difference as Noah is 18-year-old while Jadeveon is 29-year-old. 

Jadeveon stands tall at 6 feet 5 inches. Meanwhile, Noah towers at a staggering 6 feet and 10 inches. 

In regular seasons, Jadeveon has played a total of 109 games in his career, his solo tackles stand at 224, and assisted in 96 as of 2023. 

Jadeveon's recent game was on January 1st of 2023, against Washington Commanders. His team Cleveland Browns, won the match 24-10. During the game, his tackles totaled 5, with 3 solos and 2 assists. 

On the other hand, in 2023, Noah averages 14.0 PPG, 10 RPG, and 1.4 APG. Noah's recent game was NCCA men's basketball, Alabama Vs. Kentucky, with the result 78-52. During the game, he played for 26 minutes; his rebounds were 6, assists one, and points 8.

Noah Clowney Family life

Clowney parents Larry Byrd Jr and Cecelia Clowney raised him in South Carolina.

Larry Byrd Jr have been supporting Noah's career since Day 1.
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Larry is the owner of Larry Byrd Junior Home improvement as per his Facebook.. He studied at ITT Technical Institute. He has been self-employed since the year 2005. Byrd attended Union High School in South Carolina. 

Cecelia Clowney is from Spartanburg, South Carolina. On her Facebook, Cecelia updates her Facebook friends on her bible readings. 

Sonya Clowney is one of Noah's sisters. She is active on Twitter and occasionally posts about Noah's career.

During Halloween of 2019, Sonya dressed up as Jessie from Toy Story. Similarly, during Halloween of 2020, she tweeted about being dressed up as a stormtrooper from Starwars. 

Meanwhile, Jadeveon mom Josenna Clowney and dad David Morgan raised him in North Carolina. However, Jadeveon went to the University of South Carolina for higher studies.

Josenna has been working as a processing technician at Frito-Lay since 1994. As per a Fox Sports interview with Jadeveon in 2011, David was locked up for 12 years for robbing a business back in 1995. 

In the absence of his father, Jadeveon was raised by Josenna, her long-time boyfriend Christopher Jones, and his maternal grandparents, John and Josephine Clowney.

Jadeveon and Cousin Demon Clowney share a Football Passion

Jadevoen cousin Demon Clowney plays as a defensive end for the Ole Miss Rebels football team.

Demon is rated to be a 4-star recruit, as per Bleacher Report.

In his freshman year in 2020, he only played in three games and a total of 35 snaps for the Ole Miss Rebels. In his sophomore year, he participated in 42 snaps and played 6 games. And in his Junior year in 2022, contributing in 32 snaps he played in only 3 games.

As per NFL Draft Buzz, one of his greatest strengths is to slip off blocks because he has long arms and considerably good powers in his hands. Due to his great speed, he can chase down the ball carriers as a run defender.