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NFL draft: Prospects who helped, hurt their stocks by not declaring early

Ninety-six underclassmen declared their eligibility for the 2016 NFL draft, which was two short of a record, but several talented players who considered coming out returned to school instead. Some of them made great decisions. Others — fair or not to judge — chose poorly. At least in terms of their earning power. To be clear, we’re strictly talking about from an NFL draft stock perspective here.
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