LSU junior defensive lineman Davon Godchaux met with the media on Wednesday and said that he will wait until after the Tigers' Bowl Game to make a decision on the NFL Draft.

LSU plays Louisville in the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, FL on Dec 31 at 10am CT.

The signing deadline for all underclassmen is Jan. 16.
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He's a 2nd to 3rd rounder. He plays too high and needs to do better getting off blocks and holding ground against downhill runs. In short, he's a quality player, with great measurables who can either come out now and look for a big payday in four years, or wait a year, get better on his technical game and make a push for nice first round guaranteed money in a year. It's a really tough call to be honest and he's smart for waiting as long as he can and factoring in everything before making the call. We will support him either way!
Reply59 months
If he is a 2nd or 3rd rd. pick now, ROPO, I would suspect he will enter the draft and use the bowl game and combine, as well as pro day, to showcase his talents. Has been very steady the last few years and has improved each year. I wish him well!
59 months
He's obviously not worried about his draft status or his health since he is playing in the game. I wish him the best either way. He has been a monster for us for 3 years! Geaux Tigers!
Reply59 months
if everyone did that juniors and seniors. the bowl games would be quite boring. if everyone worrying bout their health. it hurts their draft status if they dont play. play you get paid. dont play you dont get pay as much. simple
59 months
he gone
Reply59 months
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