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01/14/19 - Kyler MurrayrJr/2019, Oklahoma, 5-10, 195 (DS#3 QB)
Kyler Murray, the first-round Major League Baseball draft pick and Heisman Trophy-winning Oklahoma quarterback, declared himself eligible for the NFL draft on Monday. Murray announced his decision in a tweet, ending his brief and storied college career. What's next for the Murray is not yet known. The Oakland Athletics made the speedy outfielder the ninth overall selection last June and agreed to $4.66 million signing bonus. The A's agreed to let him continue playing football, and he made the most of it by winning the Heisman in his only season as a starter for the Sooners. He passed for 4,361 yards and 42 touchdowns and ran for 1,001 yards and another 12 scores, posting the second-best passer efficiency rating in FBS history.

As Murray dominated, his draft stock improved. Jim Callis, a senior writer on MLB.com, said the A's couldn't have foreseen that Murray would be a potential first-round NFL draft pick because of his size. Listed at 5-10 and 195 pounds, Murray would be a small quarterback in the NFL by any standard. "The primary risk was, what if he gets hurt on the football field?" Callis said, recalling his conversations with scouts before the season. "I don't think anybody was saying he could be an NFL first-round pick." Once the NFL emerged as a potential option for Murray, the A's took action. Representatives of the A's and Major League Baseball met Sunday with Murray, and the possibility existed that Oakland could offer more money by putting him on the 40-man major league roster. Even with the A's efforts, Murray would have a shot at a bigger payday sooner in football and he wouldn't have to go to the minor leagues. - AP College Football

01/14/19 - *Devin WhiteJr/2019, LSU, 6-0, 240 (DS#1 ILB)
LSU All-America and Butkus Award-winning linebacker Devin White says he has decided to enter the 2019 NFL draft and forgo his remaining season of eligibility to play for the Tigers. White, who made the announcement in a video released Monday on social media, is the third player from the 2018 Tigers to leave school early to turn pro, joining defensive back Greedy Williams and interior defensive lineman Ed Alexander. White led LSU this season with 123 solo or assisted tackles, including 12 tackles for losses and three sacks. He also forced three fumbles and recovered two, and broke up six passes. In his video, White, a Louisiana native, thanks LSU, coaches and fans for "sweet memories" and "unwavering support" that he will "cherish forever." White also offers special thanks to coach Ed Orgeron for treating like a son and defensive coordinator Dave Aranda for helping mold him into the Tigers' first Butkus Award winner. He also says he intends to eventually complete the requirements needed to graduate. - AP College Football

01/14/19 - *T.J. HockensonrSo/2019, Iowa, 6-4, 250 (DS#1 TE)
Iowa tight end T.J. Hockenson is leaving school early for the NFL. The Hawkeyes announced on Monday that Hockenson, a redshirt sophomore, will join teammates Noah Fant, Anthony Nelson and Amani Hooker as early entrees in the draft. The 6-foot-5, 250-pound Hockenson won the Mackey Award, given to the nation's top tight end, in 2018. He caught 49 passes for 760 yards and six touchdowns last season, helping the Hawkeyes finish 9-4 and ranked 25th in the final poll of the year. - AP College Football

01/14/19 - *Mack WilsonJr/2019, Alabama, 6-1, 239 (DS#3 ILB)
Alabama middle linebacker Mack Wilson is entering the NFL draft. Wilson becomes the seventh Crimson Tide player and fourth defender to declare for the draft since losing to Clemson in the national title game. The junior announced his intentions on Twitter Sunday evening. Wilson made 71 tackles with five for a loss and had two interceptions last season. The Montgomery, Alabama product played in 42 games over the past two seasons and had 119 career tackles. - AP College Football

01/13/19 - Kyler MurrayrJr/2019, Oklahoma, 5-10, 195 (DS#3 QB)
Representatives of the Oakland Athletics and Major League Baseball met Sunday with Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray, a day before the Oklahoma quarterback's deadline to enter the NFL draft, a person with direct knowledge of the session said. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Sunday because the meeting was not made public. Oakland executives remained confident as recently as the baseball winter meetings last month in Las Vegas that Murray would report to spring training this year and pursue baseball. MLB joined the efforts to persuade the dual-sport star, sending someone from its marketing group to the meeting, the source said.

The 5-foot-10, 195-pound Murray's Sooners lost in a college football playoff semifinal Dec. 29 to eventual runner-up Alabama. Drafted last June in the first round as the ninth overall pick, the outfielder signed with Oakland for $4.66 million. There was an agreement between the team and Murray that he would play football this year, then skip his senior season to begin his pro baseball career - and A's manager Bob Melvin as well as executive Billy Beane and general manager David Forst closely followed Oklahoma football in 2018. "I can't put it into words. Just thankful," Murray said after the draft. "That's a huge deal, the organization letting me do that." - AP College Football

01/13/19 - Deionte ThompsonrJr/2019, Alabama, 6-1, 196 (DS#1 FS)
All-America safety Deionte Thompson has joined a growing crowd of Alabama players leaving early for the NFL draft. Thompson announced his decision Sunday on Twitter. He's the sixth Crimson Tide underclassman to announce his decision to leave early. Thompson was a consensus All-American in his first season as the starter. He made 79 tackles and had two interceptions and four forced fumbles. Thompson, who has already graduated, says his experience at Alabama was "undeniably life-changing and an experience that I wouldn't trade for the world." He's widely projected as a potential first-round pick. Cornerback Saivion Smith announced Saturday that he's turning pro. A day earlier, left tackle Jonah Williams, defensive lineman Quinnen Williams, tailback Josh Jacobs and tight end Irv Smith Jr. all declared for the draft. AL.com's Mark Zenitz has also reported a source has released that Linebacker Mack Wilson is another potential Tide player to enter the NFL Draft. - AP College Football

01/13/19 - *Saivion SmithJr/2019, Alabama, 6-1, 200 (DS#7 CB)
Alabama cornerback Saivion Smith is entering the NFL draft. Smith announced his decision Saturday on Twitter, becoming the fifth Crimson Tide underclassmen to turn pro this week. The junior college transfer played in all 15 games during his lone season at Alabama, starting 12. He had 60 tackles, three interceptions and eight tackles for loss. Smith was a five-star recruit who played one season at LSU before transferring to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. He joins defensive tackle Quinnen Williams, left tackle Jonah Williams, running back Josh Jacobs and tight end Irv Smith Jr. in declaring for the draft. The decisions for the other four were announced Friday at a news conference. Safety Deionte Thompson and linebackers Anfernee Jennings and Mack Wilson are among other Tide juniors who haven't announced their intentions yet. - AP College Football

01/13/19 - Austin KendallrSo/2021, Oklahoma, 6-1, 219 (DS#999 QB)
Oklahoma backup quarterback Austin Kendall has entered the NCAA transfer database portal. A university spokesperson confirmed Kendall's entry Friday. Other schools can now contact Kendall. He has already graduated, so he would be eligible to play immediately. Kendall was Baker Mayfield's backup in 2016 and battled Kyler Murray for the starting job into fall camp this past season. Murray won the job and eventually won the Heisman Trophy. Kendall completed 28 of 39 passes for 265 yards and three touchdowns without an interception at Oklahoma. Oklahoma still is strong at quarterback. Spencer Rattler, the consensus No. 1 quarterback in the class of 2019, signed with the Sooners last month. Tanner Mordecai, a freshman this past season, was rated a four-star recruit by ESPN and a three-star prospect by 247Sports and Rivals. - AP College Football

01/11/19 - *Quinnen WilliamsrSo/2019, Alabama, 6-3, 295 (DS#1 DT)
Four Alabama players are skipping their final seasons to enter the NFL draft, including All-America left tackle Jonah Williams and Outland Trophy-winning defensive lineman Quinnen Williams. Those projected first-rounders announced their intentions on Friday, along with versatile tailback Josh Jacobs and tight end Irv Smith Jr. Jonah Williams and Quinnen Williams are unanimous All-Americans rated as potential Top 10 picks.

Quinnen Williams is a third-year sophomore who won the Outland Trophy as the nation's top interior lineman on either side of the ball. The 6-foot-4, 295-pounder had a breakout season in his first season as starter, leading the team with 17 tackles for loss and ranking third with 66 tackles. "I dreamed of this day almost every day when I was a little kid when I was playing little league football in Birmingham," he said. "Just to see I made it become a reality, like I get a chance to enter the draft. Most people don't get a chance from where I'm from. "Most people have the athletic ability or the ability to do it, but can't get past different distractions and stuff. To see I defeated all the odds and the negativity and just everything in general, I defeated it all. It made me emotional kind of to see that I've came from a long way, seen a lot of stuff when I was young." Quinnen Williams said he spent considerable time talking on the phone about the decision to Saban, who he called "like the Godfather of early leaving. - AP College Football

01/11/19 - *Jonah WilliamsJr/2019, Alabama, 6-5, 301 (DS#1 OT)
Four Alabama players are skipping their final seasons to enter the NFL draft, including All-America left tackle Jonah Williams and Outland Trophy-winning defensive lineman Quinnen Williams. Those projected first-rounders announced their intentions on Friday, along with versatile tailback Josh Jacobs and tight end Irv Smith Jr. Jonah Williams and Quinnen Williams are unanimous All-Americans rated as potential Top 10 picks. They helped lead the Crimson Tide to a Southeastern Conference title before losing 44-16 to Clemson in the national championship game. The exodus of underclassmen has become an annual rite for the talent-rich Tide.

"This is probably going to sound like a Grammy acceptance speech but I just have a lot of thank yous because this place really, it's an incredible program that coach (Nick) Saban's built but it runs because of all the people that work in the coaching and support staff roles," said Jonah Williams, before naming staffers in a number of different departments. Jonah Williams won the Southeastern Conference's Jacobs Blocking Trophy. He started every game of his Tide career, the first at right tackle and the past two on the left side. "These guys have always been exemplary in all the things they've done to help themselves, in terms of their work ethic, their character, the choices and decisions they've made, which is what has created the opportunity for them," Saban said. - AP College Football

01/11/19 - Clelin FerrellrJr/2019, Clemson, 6-4, 265 (DS#2 DE)
Clemson's national championship front four is off to the NFL. All-American defensive end Clelin Ferrell made it a clean sweep of top-round prospects, joining All-American tackle Christian Wilkins, tackle Dexter Lawrence and end Austin Bryant in heading to the draft. Ferrell, Wilkins and Bryant all passed on the pros last season for a final year in college. And the group made it count with a 15-0 season and a 44-16 beatdown of Alabama in the national title game Monday night. Wilkins and Bryant were seniors this year while the suspended Lawrence, who missed Clemson's two College Football Playoff games after testing positive for a banned substance, declared his intention to leave Wednesday.

Ferrell is a 6-foot-4, 265-pound defender who is generally considered a top-10 NFL prospect and the first Tiger expected to be taken next spring. Ferrell said Monday night when asked about his future how difficult it would be to leave Clemson, where he has helped the team win two national crowns in the past three seasons. "Understand how hard it is for write a letter like this," Ferrell said in announcing his choice. "Because it means the coming to an end of a truly life-changing experience." Clemson will have to replace at least seven starters on defense next season. Along with its four linemen, cornerback Trayvon Mullen and linebacker Tre Lamar gave up their final college season to turn pro. Linebacker Kendall Joseph was a senior starter. The group helped Clemson lead the country in sacks and was dominant up front in the Tigers' win over Alabama. - AP College Football

01/11/19 - *Josh JacobsJr/2019, Alabama, 5-09, 216 (DS#1 RB)
Four Alabama players are skipping their final seasons to enter the NFL draft, including All-America left tackle Jonah Williams and Outland Trophy-winning defensive lineman Quinnen Williams. Those projected first-rounders announced their intentions on Friday, along with versatile tailback Josh Jacobs and tight end Irv Smith Jr. Jonah Williams and Quinnen Williams are unanimous All-Americans rated as potential Top 10 picks. Jacobs and Smith are also listed as potential late first-rounders in at least one mock draft. Jacobs was a diverse threat for the Tide on offense and special teams. He ran for 640 yards and a team-high 11 touchdowns while catching 20 passes for 247 yards and three scores. Once a lightly recruited player who was a late addition to his Alabama recruiting class, he averaged 30.6 yards on 14 kick returns with a TD. "This decision has definitely been tough for me," he said. "Even on the ride here, I still didn't know exactly what choice I wanted to make." - AP College Football

01/11/19 - *Irv Smith Jr.Jr/2019, Alabama, 6-3, 241 (DS#2 TE)
Four Alabama players are skipping their final seasons to enter the NFL draft, including All-America left tackle Jonah Williams and Outland Trophy-winning defensive lineman Quinnen Williams. Those projected first-rounders announced their intentions on Friday, along with versatile tailback Josh Jacobs and tight end Irv Smith Jr. Jonah Williams and Quinnen Williams are unanimous All-Americans rated as potential Top 10 picks. Smith emerged as a weapon this season. He caught 44 passes for 710 yards and seven touchdowns. His father, Irv Smith Sr., is a former NFL tight end who was a first-round pick by the New Orleans Saints in 1993. - AP College Football

01/11/19 - K.J. OsbornJr/2020, Miami (FL), 5-11, 205 (DS#999 WR)
Wide receiver K.J. Osborn says he will play his final season of college football at Miami. Osborn announced his intentions to transfer from Buffalo on Thursday night. As a graduate, he's eligible to play in 2019 for the Hurricanes, who are seeking immediate help on offense. Osborn had 53 catches for 892 yards and seven touchdowns in 2018 for Buffalo. He also returned 56 kicks and punts over the past two seasons for another 784 yards. Osborn says he is "extremely excited and thankful" for the chance that new Miami coach Manny Diaz and Hurricanes offensive quality control analyst David Cooney gave him when pursuing him as a transfer. - AP College Football

01/11/19 - Jake LutonrSr/2020, Oregon State, 6-6, 230 (DS#999 QB)
Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA. Luton has started in just nine games for the Beavers since his first season in 2017 because of injuries. That year he missed eight games with a spine injury, then last season he missed all or parts of seven games with an ankle sprain. NCAA rules allow players who have redshirted in their first year to be granted an extension if they play in four games or less in a season, as Luton did in 2017. In his time with the Beavers, the 6-foot-7 junior college transfer has passed for 2,513 yards and 14 touchdowns. He earned Pac-12 Player of the Week honors last season following a come-from behind overtime victory over Colorado that snapped a 22-game losing streak on the road. Luton redshirted his freshman year at Idaho in 2014, transferring to Ventura College in Idaho following the 2015 season. - AP College Football

01/11/19 - Jon GreenardrJr/2020, Florida, 6-3, 263 (DS#999 OLB)
Former Louisville linebacker Jonathan Greenard has enrolled at Florida as a graduate transfer and will be eligible to play in 2019. The 6-foot-4, 263-pounder from Hiram, Georgia, missed most of last season because of a wrist injury sustained in the opener. He led the Cardinals with 15 1/2 tackles for loss in 2017, including a team-high seven sacks, and was named a team captain last year. Greenard played for current Florida defensive coordinator Todd Grantham as a redshirt freshman in 2016. Greenard could help the Gators offset the loss of linebacker Vosean Joseph and maybe pass-rushers Jachai Polite and CeCe Jefferson. Joseph and Polite left school early to enter the NFL draft. Jefferson was a senior. Joseph led Florida with 93 tackles, including four sacks, in 2018. Polite tied a school record with six forced fumbles and finished with 11 sacks, two shy of Alex Brown's school record set in 1999. - AP College Football

01/11/19 - Tate MartellrFr/2022, Ohio State, 5-11, 210 (DS#999 QB)
Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell may be looking to transfer. Martell has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal, according to a person with access to the portal. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Wednesday because the database isn't public. Martell listing his name with the NCAA means schools are now free to talk to him about a potential transfer. Martell, who will be a third-year sophomore, sat behind record-smashing quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. last season. He seemed to be the heir apparent when Haskins left early for the NFL draft. But then Ohio State lured Georgia transfer Justin Fields to compete for the starting spot. Fields was the No. 1 national recruit in the 2018 class. - AP College Football

01/09/19 - Bobby EvansrJr/2019, Oklahoma, 6-4, 301 (DS#3 OG)
Oklahoma left tackle Bobby Evans says he will skip his senior year and declare for the NFL draft. Evans made the announcement in a social media post on Wednesday. Evans was a second-team All-Big 12 selection this season, helping the Sooners lead the nation in total offense. The 6-foot-5, 301-pound redshirt junior from Allen, Texas, started 40 games in three seasons. "I am incredibly grateful for the growth, wisdom and the invaluable experiences over the past four years," Evans said in the post. - AP College Football

01/09/19 - *Dexter LawrenceJr/2019, Clemson, 6-3, 350 (DS#5 DT)
Suspended Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence is headed to the NFL. Lawrence is the 350-pound, 6-foot-4 lineman who missed the Tigers' College Football Playoff games after he and two teammates tested positive for the banned substance ostarine. Lawrence attended both games and celebrated with teammates Monday night after a 44-16 victory over Alabama in the national championship game. Lawrence announced his decision on Twitter Wednesday. He was a three-year starter and is considered a first-round NFL pick in next spring's draft. He is the third Clemson starter on defense to give up his eligibility to go pro. Earlier, cornerback Trayvon Mullen and linebacker Tre Lamar said they would enter the NFL draft. Mullen was the defensive MVP of the championship game. - AP College Football

01/09/19 - *Tre LamarJr/2019, Clemson, 6-2, 255 (DS#5 ILB)
Clemson cornerback Trayvon Mullen is headed to the NFL draft. Mullen and fellow Tigers starter linebacker Tre Lamar announced their intentions Wednesday to forego their senior seasons to turn pro. The two are the first of what's expected to be several defensive starters who will leave the school for the NFL draft. Lamar is a 6-4, 255-pound junior who was third on Clemson with 80 tackles. Several other Clemson players, including defensive end Clelin Ferrell and defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence, have not announced whether they will turn pro. Players have until Monday to decide. - AP College Football

01/09/19 - Jalen HurtsJr/2020, Alabama, 6-1, 218 (DS#17 QB)
Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts has taken an important step toward transferring. Hurts entered his name into the NCAA transfer database portal on Wednesday, two people familiar with the situation told The Associated Press Wednesday, speaking on condition of anonymity because the NCAA list is not publicly accessible. Putting his name on the list allows other schools to contact Hurts, who has already graduated and is eligible to play his final season as a graduate transfer. It's not a binding decision to transfer. Hurts, a dual threat as a runner and passer, will likely be a hot commodity. He was a two-year starter who led Alabama to a pair of national championship games and was Southeastern Conference offensive player of the year as a freshman. Alabama lost to Clemson in the national championship game Monday night.

Hurts is likely to join other high-profile quarterbacks in moving to other schools. Georgia freshman Justin Fields , who had been one of the nation's top recruits, has enrolled at Ohio State and former Clemson starter Kelly Bryant picked Missouri. Hurts has not publicly discussed his plans beyond this season. Before the Tide's semifinal game against Oklahoma he would only offer "my story's still unfolding. Just wait to see what's next." Asked ahead of the title game, Hurts had nothing to say. He turned and walked away. He became even more popular with Alabama fans for staying put and contributing to the offense throughout the season. If Hurts had played in four games or fewer, he could have preserved a second year of eligibility. "I think a lot of people recognize the fact that he put the team first," Alabama coach Nick Saban said before the playoffs. - AP College Football

01/09/19 - *Trayvon MullenJr/2019, Clemson, 6-1, 195 (DS#5 CB)
Clemson cornerback Trayvon Mullen and linebacker Tre Lamar are going out on top. The two defensive stars announced Wednesday afternoon that they are turning pro after their junior seasons and entering the NFL draft. Mullen was named the Defensive MVP of the national title game after he recorded an interception and a sack in Clemson's 44-16 victory against Alabama. He finished his junior season with 36 tackles, four tackles for loss, two sacks and an interception. He also had three pass breakups and forced a fumble. "I want to thank the Clemson family for the experience I've gained and the opportunity to play on this team for the past three years. This school and program have helped me become a better person on and off the field," Mullen said as part of a statement. "It was a tough decision, but I left it in God's hands. I am ready to move on to the next chapter in life. I have decided to forgo my senior year and declare for the NFL draft." - Matt Connolly, The State

01/09/19 - Kenny WillekesJr/2020, Michigan State, 6-3, 260 (DS#3 DE)
Michigan State defensive lineman Kenny Willekes says he's returning for his senior season. Willekes, who broke his leg in the Spartans' Redbox Bowl loss to Oregon, said on Twitter on Tuesday night that he doesn't want his career at Michigan State to end that way. Michigan State had a disappointing season in 2018, but the defense largely did its job. Willekes led the Spartans with 8 sacks. - AP College Football

01/08/19 - *LilJordan HumphreyJr/2019, Texas, 6-4, 225 (DS#12 WR)
Junior wide receiver Lil'Jordan Humphrey announced on Tuesday afternoon that he will forgo his senior season and declare for the 2019 NFL Draft. Humphrey finished his junior season with 86 catches for 1,176 yards and nine touchdowns. His 86 catches were fifth-most in school history, his 1,176 yards were third-most and his nine touchdowns were tied for seventh. For his career, he totaled 125 receptions for 1,622 yards and 10 touchdowns. His 125 receptions finish tied for 10th-most in school history, while his 1,622 yards finish just outside the Top 10. - Texas Football

01/08/19 - Travis EtienneSo/2021, Clemson, 5-10, 200 (DS#3 RB)
Clemson finished No. 1 in The Associated Press poll for the third time after routing Alabama in the national championship game. The Tigers received all 61 first-place votes. The Crimson Tide, which was trying to become just the third team to go wire-to-wire as the No. 1 team in the country, finished second. Clemson beat Alabama 44-16 in the College Football Playoff national championship Monday night. Clemson also finished No. 1 in 2016 and 1981. The Tide did extend its streak of top-five appearances to 54 weeks, one short of Miami's record set from Oct. 8, 2000-Oct. 26, 2003. Ohio State finished third. Oklahoma, which lost to Alabama in the Orange Bowl semifinal, was fourth. Notre Dame, which lost to Clemson in the Cotton Bowl semifinal, was fifth. LSU was sixth and Southeastern Conference rivals Florida and Georgia were tied for seventh. Texas was ninth, its best final ranking since 2009 when the Longhorns finished second after losing to Alabama in the BCS championship game. - AP College Football

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