(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)One of the most-dominant players from the 2018 college football season is taking his talents to the next level. On Thursday night, Clemson star defensive lineman Clelin Ferrell took to Twitter to announce his plans to enter the 2019 NFL Draft.Deep down Clemson fans had to know this was coming, though they undoubtedly hoped to see him return for a run at another title. Ferrell had a message for the Clemson faithful before he left.“And to the Clemson Family, you all are the best fans in the world and you are the reason why this decision is so hard, because the people here are what make it so special…With that being said, I am excited to announce that I will be declaring for the NFL Draft this year and will continue to chase my dream of being the best me I can be,” Ferrell said on Twitter.Matthew 17:20… My Foundation Is Built On Faith And Through That Greatness Is Achieved..?? pic.twitter.com/YUAKS1OS8K— Clelin Ferrell (@Cle_Missile) January 11, 2019Ferrell is expected to be one of the first players off the board and could potentially be a top-five draft pick this April.
zoom U.S.-based tanker owner Gener8 Maritime has taken delivery of two newbuilt tankers from Asia shipbuilders.Namely, Chinese Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co (SWS) has delivered Gener8 Supreme, featuring 300,960 in deadweight capacity and 347,783 cbm volume.South Korean Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has delivered Gener8 Apollo. The 299, 995 dwt ship boasts 335,474 in cbm capacity.The Gener8 Apollo and the Gener8 Supreme represent the fourth and fifth of 21 “ECO” VLCCs expected to be delivered into Gener8 Maritime’s fleet.Both tankers join Navig8’s VL8 Pool.With the latest deliveries, Navig8’s VLCC pool has 28 VLCCs trading on spot market.As of January 5, 2016, Gener8 Maritime has a fully-delivered fleet of 47 vessels, including one time-chartered-in VLCC. Gener8’s owned fleet is comprised of 16 VLCC newbuildings and 30 vessels on the water.