USC wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster announced Saturday that he has declared for the NFL Draft.
‘This is a very difficult decision to make,” Smith-Schuster wrote in a statement on his Twitter account. “I have loved my time at USC and wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world. Playing for USC was truly a dream come true and I am proud of what we were able to accomplish in three years.”
Smith-Schuster was the leading Trojans wide receiver since he took the field in 2014. Through three years, he caught 213 passes for 3,092 yards and 25 touchdowns.
The Long Beach native capped off his junior year with a Rose Bowl win against Penn State. He caught seven passes for 133 yards and had a touchdown pass.
Smith-Schuster will be a dynamic player in the NFL as he was in college.
With another NFL eligible player leaving USC, does Adoree Jackson follow him? I’m sure we’ll be seeing his declaration coming up soon.