Johnny Manziel didn’t request evaluation from NFL Draft advisory board

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The deadline for college football underclassmen to declare for the 2014 NFL Draft takes place on January 15, so a number of underclassmen have been doing their due diligence and have requested evaluations from the NFL Draft advisory committee.

More than 150 underclassmen submitted a request to the draft board, but there was one name that was absent from the list — Texas A&M Aggies star quarterback Johnny Manziel.

From Albert Breer of the NFL Network:

Of course, this does not mean that Manziel is not considering entering the draft. In fact, it could mean the exact opposite.

There is a real chance that Manziel has already made up his mind to go pro, so there was no need to do the paperwork and request and evaluation.

The other possibility is that Manziel simply forgot to get the paperwork to the draft board in time, which would be another red flag. We would have to guess that the former is more likely to be the case.

Topics: 2014 NFL Draft, Johnny Manziel, NFL Draft, Texas A&M Aggies

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