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>>>>>>>He's having a press conference with two other Miami players to announce his intentions tomorrow.
Seantrel, Linder, Porter to announce intentions on whether to go pro or stay on Monday
Hurricanes juniors Seantrel Henderson, Brandon Linder and Curtis Porter will announce their intentions on whether they will declare for the 2013 NFL Draft or return to the University of Miami for their senior seasons during a press conference Monday at 11 a.m.
My guess? None of them will be going anywhere but back to the weight room and film room.
None of the players are projected to be first or second day picks in April's draft.
According to NFLDraftScout.com, Henderson (6-8, 340) is listed as the 11th best offensive tackle at his position in the Class of 2014 -- the highest of any junior on UM's roster. But that translates to being a 6th or 7th round pick in April at best if he leaves early.
Linder (6-5, 312) earned All-ACC honorable mention and is the most accomplished of the three. But he ranks 29th at his position in the Class of 2014.
Porter, whose career has been marred by injury, isn't even in the database for NFLDraftScout.com.
College football players who completed high school at least three years prior have until Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013, to declare their intention to forgo their remaining collegiate eligibility and enter the draft.
Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/umiami/2013/01/seantrel-linder-porter-to-announce-intentions-on-whether-to-go-pro-or-stay-on-monday.html#storylink=cpy
>>>>>>>Wonder if his dad ever got his rap career kick started?
This post was edited by chinese58 15 months ago
He was the can't miss of all can't miss OL prospects. People should consider guys like that when they want to dismiss Alexander's future at OT just because he struggled in pass protection in the bowl game...as a true freshman.
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