Jadeveon Clowney (Jeff Blake/USA TODAY Sports)
Fairfield County, SC (WLTX) - Former USC star Jadeveon Clowney is requesting a jury trial for a speeding ticket he received in Fairfield County last month.
Paperwork was filed Wednesday in a Fairfield County magistrate's office.
State troopers say on December 7th, they clocked Clowney going 110 miles an hour on Interstate 77. The posted speed limit in that area is 70 miles an hour.
The citation carries a $355 fine and six points on his license.
Clowney was also ticketed by Columbia police after they say he was doing 84 in a 55 mile an hour zone on Interstate 26 in late December. That ticket carried a fine of $445.
The defensive ended his college career earlier this month when he decided to forego his senior season and enter the NFL Draft.