It is that time of the year again for college football players. Underclassmen are looking towards what is perhaps their last college football game, as many face a decision whether or not to forgo their remaining eligibility and enter the NFL draft.
The Virginia Tech Hokies have four such players who face this decision. Junior quarterback Logan Thomas being the most prominent.
The Hokies are coming off their worst season in 20 years after finishing 6-6. Instead of competing in a BCS game they will be playing Rutgers in the Russell Athletic Bowl.
The 2012 season wasn’t a picture of consistency by any Virginia Tech player. Talented seniors Bruce Taylor and Marcus Davis battled through their own issues.
Here is a look at the four Hokies who face that decision in the coming month and why each should return to school in 2013.