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4 Players Staying In School Who Should Entered The NFL Draft
Justin Blackmon (Oklahoma State)- Blackmon was awarded the Fred Biletnikoff Award this season for the being the nation’s best receiver. Blackmon has nothing else to prove at the college level. He should have went pro before he gets hurt or winds up getting into trouble, which could really hurt his draft stock.
Ryan Broyles (Oklahoma)- Broyles has been a dominant receiver in the Big 12 for the last few years. Broyles has Wes Welker type quickness and would be an excellent special teams player at the next level. Big 12 receivers like Dez Bryant and Jordan Shipley are doing well in the NFL. He should have realize this and went pro.
Janoris Jenkins (Florida)- On film Jenkins is quicker than Joe Haden, current pro player for the Cleveland Browns. Jenkins has held his own against the nation’s top receivers on a consistent basis. Jenkins is ready for the NFL and should have went pro.
Andrew Luck (Stanford)- Luck was considered a lock to be the number one pick in the NFL draft. He is not going to improve his stock any by returning to Stanford. Luck should have accepted the guaranteed 50 or 60 million dollars. Hopefully he does not hurt his draft stock to much like Jake Locker did this season by returning to school, instead of opting to go pro last season.