Linebacker Lorenzo Styles, the third Ohio State player in the last week to pass up his senior season, announced he would make himself available for the NFL draft.
Styles, a 6-foot-2, 240-pound junior, led the Buckeyes in tackles each of the last two years. Over that time, Ohio State has gone 19-4-1 and finished tied for first and second in the Big Ten.
Offensive tackle Korey Stringer and linebacker Craig Powell already declared they were turning pro.
Florida State strong safety Devin Bush, a 6-foot, 205-pound second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection, has decided to skip his senior year of eligibility and enter April’s NFL draft, the school announced.
Three UCLA juniors, outside linebacker Donnie Edwards and wide receiver Kevin Jordan, both honored by The Associated Press as third-team All-Americans, and offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, who allowed just one sack last season, decided to stay in school and play their senior seasons with the Bruins, the school announced.
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