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Report: Trashed hotel room occupied by Clemson's DeAndre Hopkins, Rutgers WR

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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

A report from ESPN's NFL insider Adam Schefter says a trashed hotel room in Indianapolis belonged to Clemson wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and Rutgers wide receiver Mark Harrison while the two players were in town for the NFL Combine.

According to the NFL, the room at the Crowne Plaza was left in poor condition with urine and feces left all over the bathroom, half eaten food left in one of the room's beds, and toothpaste smeared on a bathroom mirror.

Hopkins steadfastly denied any involvement in the incident in an interview with FOXSports.com, saying he had gotten on a flight early that morning and heard about the trashed room from his agent the next day.

"I say check the cameras, that's the best way that you're going to get the answer," Hopkins said to FOXSports. "Check the cameras and check the timing of everything."

Hopkins also said he believes Harrison had nothing to do with the incident.

Hopkins was a standout receiver at Clemson who had 206 receptions for 27 touchdowns and over 3,000 yards during his time with the Tigers. He is widely expected to go late in the first round or early in the second of the upcoming NFL Draft.

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