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56 underclassmen sign up for NFL Draft

Posted on: January 19, 2011 1:29 pm
Edited on: January 19, 2011 3:23 pm
 
Posted by Josh Katzowitz

Here’s the list of the 56 underclassmen who have renounced their college eligibility and will enter the 2011 NFL Draft. That 56, by the way, is an all-time high.

Which is interesting because of all the labor unrest.

Adams, Darvin     WR    Auburn
Austin, Marvin      DT    North Carolina
Ayers, Akeem      LB    UCLA
Baldwin, Jon        WR    Pittsburgh
Bowers, Da’Quan  DE    Clemson
Brown, DeAndre    WR   Southern Mississippi
Burton, Brandon   DB    Utah
Casey, Jurrell       DT    Southern California
Clay, John           RB    Wisconsin
Claytor, Nick        T       Georgia Tech
Cobb, Randall      WR    Kentucky
Dareus, Marcell    DE      Alabama
Doss, Tandon      WR    Indiana
Evans, Darren      RB     Virginia Tech
Fairley, Nick         DT     Auburn
Gabbert, Blaine    QB    Missouri
Green, A.J.          WR    Georgia
Gurley, Tori         WR    South Carolina
Guy, Lawrence      DT    Arizona State
Hamler, Jamel     WR    Fresno State
Harper, Jamie      RB    Clemson
Harris, Brandon    DB    Miami
Hill, Will              DB    Florida
Houston, Justin    LB    Georgia
Hynoski, Henry    RB    Pittsburgh
Ingram, Mark      RB    Alabama
Jones, Julio         WR   Álabama
Keiser, Thomas   LB     Stanford
Leshoure, Mikel   RB    Illinois
Lewis, Dion          RB    Pittsburgh
Lewis, Javes        DB    Oregon
Little, Greg         WR    North Carolina
Liuget, Corey      DT    Illinois
Mallett, Ryan      QB    Arkansas
Moore, Rahim     DB    UCLA
Newton, Cam      QB    Auburn
Parr, Zane          DE    Virginia
Peterson, Patrick DB    Louisiana State
Quinn, Robert     DE    North Carolina
Ridley, Stevan    RB    Louisiana State
Rodgers, Jacquizz RB  Oregon State
Rudolph, Kyle     TE     Notre Dame
Sands, Robert     DB   West Virginia
Sash, Tyler         DB    Iowa
Siliga, Sealver     DT    Utah
Smith, Aldon       DE    Missouri
Smith, Torrey      WR   Maryland
Smith, Tyron        T     Southern California
Tarrant, Jerrard    DB    Georgia Tech
Todman, Jordan  RB    Connecticut
Vereen, Shane    RB    California
Watt, J.J.            DE    Wisconsin
Wilkerson, Muhammad    DT    Temple
Williams, Aaron   DB    Texas
Williams, Ryan    RB    Virginia Tech
Wilson, Martez    LB    Illinois

As CBSSports.com draft expert Rob Rang pointed out earlier today, Lewis was not previously mentioned as leaving college early. It doesn't sound like he'll be drafted anyway.

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Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: January 10, 2012 4:12 pm
 

56 underclassmen sign up for NFL Draft

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Since: Jan 26, 2011
Posted on: February 1, 2011 1:59 pm
 

56 underclassmen sign up for NFL Draft

Well, I guess the thinking I will not get hurt in college.  Look at Sam Bradfor did this year, I like Ryan Mallett to have success, but overall looks like a defensive line smorgasbord.  Come-on Cleveland



Since: Jul 12, 2007
Posted on: January 25, 2011 3:27 pm
 

56 underclassmen sign up for NFL Draft

You are exactly right.  If there is a rookie cap this year; there will be one next year.  Why take the chance on injury?  The money will be better than what they will be offerred upon graduation.



Since: May 7, 2009
Posted on: January 24, 2011 5:58 am
 

56 underclassmen sign up for NFL Draft

none are taxpayer supported



Since: Dec 10, 2006
Posted on: January 23, 2011 8:28 pm
 

56 underclassmen sign up for NFL Draft

It is so sad these kids are giving up a free education since maybe 5 or 6 of these players will actually make a team and play a few years while the lot of them will be scratching their heads at the young age of 23 or 24 wishing they had stayed and got an education.



Since: Nov 14, 2006
Posted on: January 21, 2011 10:18 pm
 

56 underclassmen sign up for NFL Draft

I have no problem with a student coming out early if they want to.  If you son were a computer science major and IBM offered him millions to come to work for them now, rather than wait another year or two, you'd be all over it.  The problem is college sports are becoming the minor leagues for the pros.  Players so with no intention of getting a degree or even attending class are recruited to play.  Every college game starts with Mussburger talking about how well this guy or that will be at the next level.  There should be a minor league for the dummies and those who want an education like Stanford's Andrew Luck should use the scholarships.  Most are tax payer supported.



Since: Dec 1, 2009
Posted on: January 20, 2011 2:01 pm
 

56 underclassmen sign up for NFL Draft

Remember, son, that that "prison underground" which carried back to so many mothers word of their stolen children was practicing the only sort of real "family values." While their captors were busy providing tinder for the fires that still warm their souls down below. 



Since: Dec 1, 2009
Posted on: January 20, 2011 1:55 pm
 

56 underclassmen sign up for NFL Draft

IPCCGOREFRAUD wrote the short comment below in response to the larger one following: "I says hoo be needin an edumacation? I likes to play da foosball and dee onwy fing i needz to cownt iz my paychek end da skorebored...And my agent....

I read some of the names of the students and it looks as if the parents could use a G.E.D
I says hoo be needin an edumacation? I likes to play da foosball and dee onwy fing i needz to cownt iz my paychek end da skorebored...And my agent....

I read some of the names of the students and it looks as if the parents could use a G.E.D.

1. Jacquizz---really sounds like a bad lay moment
2. Da'Quan---sounds like a ghetto version of a new STD....He got Da'Quan from that nasty ho Shanene' when she Jacquizz'd on him....
3. Javes---sounds like a new form of epilepsy
4. Sealver---sounds like a southern draw trying to pronounce a precious metal.
5. Tandon---sounds like a place where lost animals end up"

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Do you also laugh at pictures of the walking corpses on Liberation Day at the Nazi death camps, troll? Those names are the living legacy of man's inhumanity to man to you, of a mother's love and hope to better souls.




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