NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Former Clemson Tigers defensive lineman Christian Wilkins has always received a lot of attention for his outgoing personality.  Wilkins' selection during the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft was no different.

When Wilkins made his way on stage, he celebrated with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, nearly knocking him to the ground.

During the NFL Draft's broadcast, you can see Wilkins leaping in the air, while Goodell was protecting himself from Wilkins' 6-3, 315 pound body.

After the leap, Wilkins and Goodell embraced, celebrating the Clemson star's draft selection.

Wilkins was selected with the 13th overall pick by the Miami Dolphins.  In 2018, Wilkins became the fifth unanimous All-American in Clemson football history.

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