After telling us twice he was going to stay for his senior year, Thursday Oklahoma State running back Joseph Randle changes his mind.
Number-1 will make himself available for the NFL Draft.
Randle rushed for over 3000-yards in his three seasons in Stillwater and he scored 40-touchdowns.
His departure from OSU opens the door for Union product Jeremy Smith to be the every down go to back.
Randle tweeted to his fans Thursday. He wrote:
"I've decided to pursue my dream of playing in the NFL. I'll always be a Cowboy!"
He also said:
"I want to thank all of Cowboy Nation for the best 3 years of my life. Also to the best coaches in the nation for this opportunity."
The NFL Draft starts Thursday, April the 25th.
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