Two juniors on the Miami Hurricanes have decided to forego their remaining NCAA eligibility and enter the NFL draft.
Via our friends at CFT, receiver Tommy Streeter and defensive tackle Marcus Forston both will turn pro. Miami is not playing in a bowl this season, so both of their college careers are over.
The Miami Herald reports that both have hired agent Drew Rosenhaus, which under NCAA rules means they wouldn’t be able to change their minds and return to college football.
Streeter led the Hurricanes with 46 catches for 811 yards and eight touchdowns this season, and he led the ACC with 17.6 yards per catch. Forston had a promising sophomore season in 2010 but was limited to only three games this year with a knee injury.