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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    That's 10 underclassmen now... plus they are losing 16 seniors (not all were contributors, but that's still a significant total)

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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    Anyone starting to think we're coming out the best in the West on attrition now? TAMU, LSU, and Arkansas all have significant attrition. Auburn has their forever young team coming back. Ole Miss seems pretty young too.

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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    Anyone starting to think we're coming out the best in the West on attrition now? TAMU, LSU, and Arkansas all have significant attrition. Auburn has their forever young team coming back. Ole Miss seems pretty young too.
    In a couple of weeks, when most of the attrition shakes out, this will be a great off-season topic. I'm already eying a few of the teams - TAMU, Arky, and OM - to see which direction they trend and by how much. LSU will trend down, at least for next year.
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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    Oklahoma State RB Joseph Randle is declaring.
    "I don't know what class is but I can tell when one has it, you can tell from a mile away"
    -- Coach Bryant

    "We always talk about playing 60 minutes but this is a 60-10 game: the 60 minutes of the game and the 10 minutes in the locker room after the game that you remember for the rest of your life."
    -- Nick Saban day after beating Clemson

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    NC State DB David Amerson declares.
    "I don't know what class is but I can tell when one has it, you can tell from a mile away"
    -- Coach Bryant

    "We always talk about playing 60 minutes but this is a 60-10 game: the 60 minutes of the game and the 10 minutes in the locker room after the game that you remember for the rest of your life."
    -- Nick Saban day after beating Clemson

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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    So when is the elusive press conference for our probable declarations? After the team meeting today?

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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    I thought this part of Texas A&M OT Joeckel's departing letter was nice:

    …The Texas A&M Administration – I can’t tell you how thankful I am that you moved us to the SEC. As a result of your decision, Texas A&M has many great opportunities – but speaking for myself, your decision meant I had the chance to play against the best competition in the country. That is a major reason why I am in the position I am now.

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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    Jake Matthews just announced that he will be returning for his senior season at aTm.

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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by AggieMom View Post
    Jake Matthews just announced that he will be returning for his senior season at aTm.
    Thats a big plus for aTm

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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    Mike Davis leaves.

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/draft2013/sto...nter-nfl-draft

    Edit: He has not signed with an agent yet, so he could come back.
    Last edited by CrimsonChuck; January 10th, 2013 at 02:16 PM.
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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    Cecil Hurt just retweeted from nfldraftscout that hearing OLB Adrian Hubbard is leaning toward entering 2013 NFL draft. Decision expected tomorrow.

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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by BamaGreek View Post
    Cecil Hurt just retweeted from nfldraftscout that hearing OLB Adrian Hubbard is leaning toward entering 2013 NFL draft. Decision expected tomorrow.
    This makes absolutely no sense to me.
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    Re: Players Forgoing Senior Year to Go Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by BamaGreek View Post
    Cecil Hurt just retweeted from nfldraftscout that hearing OLB Adrian Hubbard is leaning toward entering 2013 NFL draft. Decision expected tomorrow.
    Gotta admit, I'm a little surprised about that. Haven't seen him in the 1st round of any mock drafts.

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