Kerryon Johnson has decided to forego his Senior season at Auburn and enter the NFL Draft.
In a statement, Johnson said, “There aren’t enough words to express how grateful I am of the opportunity Auburn University has given me. This is truly an amazing school with an amazing fan base. With that being said, I have decided to enter the NFL Draft. Thank you all for the endless support that has not always been deserved. I love Auburn and the Auburn family. War Eagle!”
Also in a statement, Auburn Head Coach Gus Malzahn said, “I would like to thank KJ for all he has done for our program over the last three years. Kerryon has made this team better both on and off the field with his great character, competitiveness and leadership. He will be very successful at the next level and more importantly in life. We wish KJ nothing but the best.”
Quarterback Jarrett Stidham has said he is going on a hunting trip to “the middle of nowhere” and his decision will come following that.
Of course, there are still some other unknowns as Jeff Holland has yet to make a statement, among others, so stick around. Those of us at TET will do our best to keep you updated.
Kam Martin issued a comment saying he has no plans to transfer from Auburn.
And, the status of Kam Pettway is unknown but I hope he can get past the physical, and possible academic issues, to at least obtain his degree.
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