Clemson, Pitt QBs undecided about futures … Interesting time for college players thinking about entering the upcoming draft. There are still two weeks left in the regular college season so its a little early for most to have formally declared their intentions on whether to turn pro this winter. In those two weeks, though, just about every team in the country will play their final home game which usually involves senior day celebrations. And while it is hardly definitive, sometimes one can pick up clues as to whether players with remaining eligibility plan on entering the draft or intend to return to school by whether they participate in their school’s senior day walk. Again, there’s nothing conclusive, but neither Clemson QB D.J. Uiagalelei nor Kedon Slovis of Pitt, both of whom were expected to be entering the upcoming draft at the start of the year, will take part in their respective school’s senior day activities this coming weekend. Both are also saying they simply haven’t made up their minds about their immediate football futures after somewhat inconsistent seasons. Indeed, it won’t be a huge surprise if one or both opt to stay in college for another year to try and elevate their status, also it won’t be a huge surprise if Uiagalelei ultimately ends up transferring as he isn’t guaranteed keeping his job with the Tigers.