Found May 03, 2012 on NESN.com:
Technically, Luke Kuechly had left the Boston College program for the pros a long time ago but it became official last Thursday. The Butkus Award winner and two-time All-American decided to forego his senior season and the Carolina Panthers were happy that was the case when they selected him ninth overall in the 2012 NFL Draft. Kuechly will add stability to a Panthers’ linebacking corps that was anything but that last season. Starters Jon Beason and Thomas Davis combined for just 16 tackles as both missed virtually the entire seasons with injuries. And while Kuechly will plug a big hole...
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