2011 NFL Draft: 10 Underclassmen Who Declared but Shouldn't Have

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2011 NFL Draft: 10 Underclassmen Who Declared but Shouldn't Have
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With more and more teams dropping out of the race for the Lombardi Trophy, i.e the NFL Playoffs, more and more teams are starting to turn their attention directly to the 2011 NFL Draft, which is coming at us faster than we think.

The last week or so has been an interesting time for those teams. Many of the ones that have been out of the hunt made good headway into creating draft boards for April, only to see top prospects like Andrew Luck and Justin Blackmon fall off the board.

Some teams, though, have found themselves adding new names to the board, names of players like Mikel Leshoure who declared for the draft when people least expected it.

Those are the people worth talking about right now. We all know how the lack of Andrew Luck sends the NFL Draft into chaos, and we all know that popular opinion says that he made the wrong decision. What about the other guys though?

Let's take a look at the guys who ended up declaring who perhaps shouldn't have done so.

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