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Aaron Murray was just on the espn gameday pregame for the sugar bowl. When asked if he would return for him season he said that decision hasn't been decided yet. Fowler teasingly asked if his papers had come back from the draft analysts. Smirking, Murray said "it came back pretty good, second, third round so hey, we'll see"
Does anyone believe he hasn't made his decision yet?
Also, does anyone think he would actually fall out of the second 1st round after the performance he just put up.
The kid is well spoken and seems to be a good leader. I think he will be a good pick for a team if they want to spend a mid or late 1st round pick on him.
This post was edited by beardown2489 15 months ago
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Agreed. I think Russel Wilson has destroyed the short qb myth.
If you are a winning quarteback I don't care how tall you are.
He is gone. He would have already came out and said he was staying...
He still doesn't start a game like he is on fire.
He has some mental stuff to get over that will be tough to do in the league.
Yeah he had a big smile on his face when he said he didn't have a decision yet. You could tell that he was going pro.
He said that the NFL paperwork came back and it projected him in the 2nd to 3rd round.
Seems kind of early for Murray, don't you think?
He isn't being taken over those 5. I might even throw Ryan Nassib in there. Scouts have been giving him some love as of late.
I'm just saying what he stated on ESPN Gameday pregame.
Fowler and Herbstreit asked him how the paperwork came back and he claimed it had him going in either the second or third round.
As far as Bray, Wilson, Glennon and Murray are concerned. I think it could go in any order depending on how their combine performances go.
I would personally say 3rd round is the most likely round. All four of those guys could go within ten-fifteen spots of each other once one is pulled off the board and other teams panic to get them before they are gone. You now how it goes with qb's in the draft.
This post was edited by RATT 15 months ago
I think he comes back for one more year. JMO.
This is the weakest quarterback class i can remember in the last 10 years.
Which is why I think people like Bray and Murray might be served best if they came on out.
I wouldn't lie and say I wouldn't be happy to see them go either.
I forget Ratt, what's your team?
Wouldn't be a bad day for you if Murray went pro.
Wouldn't be a bad day if any good SEC qb went pro outside of McCarron. There aren't a whole lot of them right now, but we still play Tennessee every year, even though Bray hasn't really hurt us or anything. Russell Wilson jumping also made me happy. We would have a good shot at seeing Murray again in the SECCG next year if he decides to stay though as well.
I actually think that USCe is going to win the East next year though.
It'll be interesting to see who steps up next year. Trying to think if teams with good young up-n-comers but had to many wisky diets tonight
I'm right there with you. I'm actually out anyway. I ordered Looper last night and haven't even started out.
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