What have you got against picture #3? :-)
From above: "But it does reveal that close to 40% of the players who left school early did not get drafted"But then from the linked article: "Half of the first-round picks, including the top four and six of the top 10, were underclassmen. Eighteen came off the board in the second round."That's quite a contrast, isn't it? It probably explains why so many underclassmen come out ... they're taking a gamble in the hopes they score. It works for some, but not for a lot of others. I suspect someone is encouraging these kids to take their chances. Some of that advice is probably reasonable; but some must be just bad advice.
Right. If you aren't a sure fire draft pick like that big clown from SC or Manziel, it'd be a good idea to invest another year for a higher pick. As for guys who leave early and not get drafted... I don't know what to say. At least get your degrees.
Nice backside, but I prefer ladies with more "up top". Personal preference and all. :P