Posted by Tom Fornelli
Oklahoma is set to face Iowa in the Insight Bowl on Friday, and there are plenty of Oklahoma fans wondering if it will be the last game Landry Jones plays in an Oklahoma uniform.
Jones has been wondering that himself, but he hasn't made a decision yet, nor does he plan on making one in the coming days. No, Jones plans on waiting as long as possible before deciding on whether to enter the NFL Draft or return to Norman for another season, and he won't be making his decision known until January 15th, which is the last possible day he can declare himself eligible for the draft.
“I've gone back and forth so many times,” Jones told The Oklahoman. “Right now, it's kind of like a null point where I'm not even thinking about it at all. I just really need to sit down after the year's done and clear my head, without any thoughts of Iowa or my next game coming up."
Jones has already set a number of passing records at Oklahoma, becoming the school's all-time leader in passing yards with 12,218 yards while throwing for 92 touchdowns.
The question for Jones may be where he feels he'll go in the draft, and now that Matt Barkley has announced he is returning to USC for another season, Jones' draft stock has improved. CBSSports.com's Rob Rang has Jones currently listed as the third best quarterback in the draft behind Stanford's Andrew Luck and Baylor's Robert Griffin if he decides to leave.