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Hope he at least stays for two more years.
I dunno, the way Colin k made green bay look, he will be dangerous in the right offense
Your logic is boggling my mind
He doesn't seem to be too interested in getting an education. So I'd bet him staying his junior year would be the best we could hope for.
Dunno if the NFL is quite ready to completely embrace the spread next year. Who knows though, Johnny's about Russell Wilson's size, and has a very similar skillset to him. Johnny's biggest problem with the draft is that everyone else in the world will doubt his ability to play in the NFL, just like they doubted his ability to play college ball, to play in the SEC as a redshirt freshman, and so on. The reason this is a problem where he has normally flourished is that he doesn't have as much effect on his draft number as the scouts do. If the scouts don't think he can be a first round pick, he'll get snubbed. If he plays lights out this season (again), and especially if he brings us an SEC, BCS, heisman, and/or natty trophy home, then I definitely think he's gone. But I think he'll have to be quite impressive to silence the same critics that always say what he can't do.
Here's the thing about Manziel, he might think he's going to the NFL next year, but it's because he thinks he'll win the Heisman again and win a national championship. If that happens, would you blame him?
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What? Manziel is already a Junior and is on schedule graduate December 2013.
Where did all this come from?
This post was edited by Samwho19 15 months ago
IMO, I feel like he has a 50/50 chance of entering the draft after next season based on 2 major factors, whether it looks like he'll be drafted by a team that will give him a chance at QB, and what kind of endorsement deals he is offered. I feel like the endorsement deals are going to weight heavily. I bet he is already getting offers which he has to decline to maintain his eligibility. He will only be able to decline that money for so long. If he has a good year next year those offers will keep coming. So, if he can get a shot in the NFL after next year, sign a huge endorsement deal, I think he will probably leave. JMO though
Unreal. I guess since he likes to party and posts on Twitter, it means he's not "too interested in getting an education".
Been saying this for weeks. His plan is to leave after next season.
We need Kenny Hill very bad.
Unless you know JM and he's told you his plan, you don't know what he's planning, your merely speculating like the rest of us.
Lets not kid ourselves, he has a effin HEISMAN, he will do whatever the heck he wants, which considering he will have his degree (really with the no ed thing, u sound like fricking espn) and possibly every major individual and a team award to boot, well, what would u do
I know. And have a great source.
I knew what Moore and Joeckel were doing days before A&M did..
You may have a source for Manziel, but everyone with half a brain new Joeckel and Moore were gone before the official statements came out.
Again where did this all start?
Does not compute. Think you mean 2014.
[Quote]Unreal. I guess since he likes to party and posts on Twitter, it means he's not "too interested in getting an education".[/quote]
Yea. Pretty much. Add in the possibility to make millions and party with other millionaires.
It's called going full time in the summer
Ill even break it down for you, avg of 17.5 hours over 8 semesters (2 springs, 3 summers, 3 falls) = December 2013
He also graduated high school early. About to start his 5th college semester.
Greg needs to sit out the next few Johnny discussions. In over his head.
"I like Bears and if you're going to be a bear, UMMMMM, BE A Grizzley"
He's goin nowhere we got him for 3 more yrs!! (Randy savage voice)
If he is indeed graduating a semester early (which I was unaware of), then the latter of my initial assessment was correct. Look forward to seeing Matt D play.
On a side note, FYI- If the athletes want scholarship checks for food, rent, living expenses etc during the summer... they must be enrolled and attend summer classes.
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