Max Duggan has done a lot for TCU, and although he is not done yet, he is ready to take his talents to the next level.
On Sunday, the senior announced on Twitter that he will be declaring for the 2023 NFL draft after the College Football Playoff.
“My experience at TCU and, in turn, Amon G. Carter Stadium, has been filled with great memories, passion, and pride,” Duggan wrote. “I have learned many lessons through the highs and the lows. I’ve built lifelong relationships that will last forever.”
The Heisman Trophy finalist will forgo the extra year of eligibility provided due to the COVID pandemic.
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Last season, Duggan led TCU to a 12-1 record with 30 passing touchdowns and four interceptions. His team would fall to Kansas State in the Big 12 Championship Game, but the Horned Frogs still earned the No. 3 seed in the College Football Playoff.
The third-ranked Horned Frogs will face No. 2 Michigan in a semifinal game on Saturday.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.