Underclass announcements hit century mark with latest batch of entrants

By | January 4, 2019

Underclass announcements hit century mark with latest batch of entrants … Another batch of underclassmen announced today that they would be passing on the final year(s) of eligibility and entering the 2019 draft. Heading the list of the additions to the 2019 draft are a quartet of Georgia juniors including WRs Riley Ridley and Mecole Hardman, TE Isaac Nauta and RB Elijah Holyfield, the son of former boxing champ Evander.  Notre Dame also lost a couple of players including CB Julian Love and TE Alize Mack. Mack had actually kind of indicated where he was headed when he accepted an invitation to the Senior, but formally confirmed his decision earlier today. There is a somewhat similar story for Maryland junior DE Byron Cowart who also accepted an invite to the Senior Bowl. Meanwhile, other players who entered the draft today include Stanford WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside. Today’s entrants bring the number of players who have indicated in one way or another that they would be entering the upcoming draft to over 100. At the same time, several players announced they would returning to school including South Carolina QB Jake Bentley, Michigan SS Khaleke Hudson, Michigan State LB Joe Bachie, and Florida WR Tyrie Cleveland.