Kyler Murray, Oklahoma's star quarterback and 2018 Heisman Trophy winner, was drafted by the Oakland Athletics last year and signed a contract with the team, but he . Now, the two-sport athlete is giving himself some more time to consider what sport he wants to pursue professionally.
The discussion of whether or not Murray is going to pick the gridiron or the diamond has brought on a flurry of advice from experts, but the spoke to reporters on Friday in Kansas City as part of the Royals' weekend fan festival.Famed two-sport athlete Bo Jackson
Here's what Bo knows about Murray:
I know he won the Heisman Trophy because I voted for him. I would not give him advice [about choosing football or baseball] because I just did what my heart told me to do ... the young man from Oklahoma should just go with his heart.
Jackson elaborated a bit more on Murray's circumstances. "Yes. One hundred percent," Jackson said when asked if it was more difficult now than it was 30 years ago. "The athletic pool is rich and deep with talent it's not funny. It's ridiculous how talented the kids are. If you try to be great in both sports you'll end up being mediocre in both. Probably second-string in both."
CBS Sports laid out arguments for both sports: you can find, and