Found January 02, 2013 on thepigskinreport.com:
As college bowl games start to wrap up for the 2012 season, several players are starting to mull over their future. Several underclassmen are trying to decide whether or not they will return to their respective college programs next season or they want to enter the NFL Draft. The NFL Combine starts on February 20, providing the ultimate audition for playing at the next level. Three more players have decided that they will indeed enter the 2013 NFL Draft in recent days, CB Xavier Rhodes, WR Robert Woods and LB Alec Ogletree. Florida State CB Xavier Rhodes told reporters shortly after the Seminole’s Orange Bowl victory last night that he was entering the NFL Draft. “I’m gone. I did all I could in college. If I was to come back, I don’t think my status would be getting any better,” Rhodes told reporters. Rhodes is a large frame corner coming in at 6′ 2″ 219 pounds. The junior is projected as a late first or early second-round pick in April.He finished the season with three interception...
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