Colorado State Rams running back, and third-year sophomore, Kapri Bibbs has announced on Sunday his intentions to enter the 2014 NFL Draft.
To my ram fans and Colorado people I am officially joining the 2014 NFL Draft
— Kingbibbs#5 (@KapriBibbs) December 29, 2013
Bibbs is giving up his last two years of collegiate eligibility to go grab himself an NFL paycheck.
His last season in the college ranks, though, was a special one.
The 5-11, 203-pound back led the entire NCAA in rushing touchdowns this season with 31, and was overall fourth in the FBS in rushing with an incredible 1,741 yards on the ground.
He had three games this season in which he broke the 200-yard barrier, including the amazing effort against the Nevada Wolfpack in which he rushed for 312 yards.
With his frame, Bibbs could be considered small for a potential long-term NFL running back, however his versatility could be utilized in the special teams game. With his breakaway speed, he could end up being a terror returning kicks as his career progresses.