Holton Hill becomes third University of Texas player to declare for draft Posted by Charean Williams on December 4, 2017, 6:00 PM EST
University of Texas junior cornerback Holton Hill will forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the NFL Draft.
“The past three years at Texas have been a great learning experience for me,” Hill said in a statement, via the Dallas Morning News. “I appreciate everyone who has helped me throughout my college career, especially Coach [Tom] Herman, Coach [James] Washington, Coach [Todd] Orlando and Coach [Charlie] Strong.”
Hill missed the team’s past three games, serving a suspension for violating team rules. He made 51 tackles, intercepted two passes and scored three total touchdowns this season.
The 2018 NFL Draft begins April 27 in Arlington, Texas.
Bryce Love to return to Stanford.
Watkins Awardee and 2018 Doak Walker Award winner Bryce Love will forgo NFL draft and return to Stanford for his senior season.
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Stanford's Justin Reid enters 2018 Draft
Stanford junior S Justin Reid announced on Twitter that he will forego his senior season and enter the 2018 NFL Draft.Reid (6'1/195) was a star in the secondary for Stanford in 2017; showing his ability to make plays in the air with five interceptions and help on the ground with 94 tackles and 6.5 tackles for loss. Most analysts currently view the Cardinal safety as a Day 2 and possibly Day 3 pick, but with his production and the fact that his brother (Eric) is an NFL player, he could find himself in first-round talks if he tests well this winter. Teams love lineage.
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