At a time when most assume Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel will exit College Station for a ride on the NFL draft train, Manziel has yet to make it official.
And there’s a chance he might stay in the place that, as of last June, he couldn’t wait to leave.
Via Brett McMurphy of ESPN.com, Manziel said at Monday night’s BCS national title game that he hasn’t decided whether to give up his remaining NCAA eligibility. Manziel added that he’ll meet with his family in the coming days to reach a conclusion.
“I want to make the right decision that’s best for me and my family,” Manziel said.
Many think the decision has been made, including at least one guy who plays with Manziel.
“Johnny’s gone,” Texas A&M receiver Ricky Seal-Jones recently said during the broadcast of a high school basketball game. “He’s gone.”
If Manziel is indeed gone, it’s only a matter of time before he takes an ax to the NFL’s door, sticks his face in the hole, and exclaims, “Heeeeere’s Johnny!“