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thunderbird1100
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re: So if JOB's plan is to "Test the Waters" without an agent and he goes undrafted

He said could, not would. He was just saying JOB III is only a sophomore, so even if a loaded draft keeps his position down next year and he wouldn't be happy about where he goes he could always stay yet another year so he chooses. The CHOICE would be there.


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jimithing11
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re: So if JOB's plan is to "Test the Waters" without an agent and he goes undrafted
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realist*



you're making a racist assumption he hates school and wants to GTFO ASAP


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re: So if JOB's plan is to "Test the Waters" without an agent and he goes undrafted
i would advise him to declare and go thru the process but definitely with an eye on returning unless he dominates the workouts and camps and shoots up people's boards


darryljames30
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re: So if JOB's plan is to "Test the Waters" without an agent and he goes undrafted
I honestly dont know what the new rule is today, but back in 2004-2006. If you entered the draft, were not drafted and did not hire an agent you could return to school.


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mmcgrath
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re: So if JOB's plan is to "Test the Waters" without an agent and he goes undrafted
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i would advise him to declare and go thru the process but definitely with an eye on returning unless he dominates the workouts and camps and shoots up people's boards


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I honestly dont know what the new rule is today, but back in 2004-2006. If you entered the draft, were not drafted and did not hire an agent you could return to school.


You can't do either of these things today. The NCAA purposely made the declaration period earlier than the dates pro staff are allowed to even talk to the players. Before the NCAA's deadline for withdrawing. I liked the old way better too.


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