Texas A&M OL Cedric Ogbeuhi returning for senior year
Cedric Ogbeuhi announced Thursday that he will wait a year before entering the NFL Draft and return to Texas A&M for his senior season.
Texas A&M has already lost a few notable stars to the NFL Draft, but Aggie fans got some good news on Thursday when offensive lineman Cedric Ogbeuhi announced he will return for his senior season.
Ogbeuhi considered an early exit from Texas A&M and even told reporters he received a first round grade from the draft advisory board. However, the 6-foot-5, 300 pound lineman said Thursday he is not ready to leave College Station.
I am excited to return to College Station to continue my education and play another season with your coaches and teammates.— Cedric Ogbuehi (@Nuff_ced70) January 9, 2014
The NFL has always been a dream of mine but I want to achieve that dream with my education and as much preparation as possible at myposition— Cedric Ogbuehi (@Nuff_ced70) January 9, 2014
Texas A&M has been lucky to have several top NFL prospects on the offensive line recently. Ogbeuhi moved to from right guard to right tackle after 2012 when Jake Matthews moved to left tackle to replace Luke Joeckel, the No. 2 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. Matthews is projected to be a Top 10 pick in this year's draft, and Ogbeuhi expects to move over to that coveted left tackle position for his senior year.
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