The college football twitterverse has been abuzz with the announcements of various college players who are either declaring that they will enter the NFL draft early, or declaring that they will stay at school.â†µ
One such player, in a rather surprising move, decided that he’d like to return to Stanford to finish his degree before entering the NFL. That player? Andrew Luck, who was projected to be the number one or two selection in the entirety of the draft. Luck, the son of a former NFL quarterback, has a 3.5 GPA at Stanford and seems to love the school life. In the age of the “one-and-done” phenomenon in college basketball, it’s heartening to see a player who is valued so highly by professional teams value his own education more.