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This offseason we will count down various topics from Monday through Friday, bringing you the top five of the important and definitely some not so important issues in college football. It's the Doc Five, every week until we will thankfully have actual games to discuss.
PLAYERS WITH THE MOST TO LOSE OR GAIN BEFORE 2014 DRAFT
NO. 2 AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS
Washington's Austin Seferian-Jenkins was set to be one of the first tight ends taken in the 2014 NFL draft, if he wanted to go pro a year early. There was a good chance he'd be the first tight off the board with another good season.
He's physically imposing at 6-6, 266 pounds, and has already set many of Washington's career and single-season records for a tight end after just two seasons. As a freshman and a sophomore, Seferian-Jenkins had 110 catches, 1,388 yards and 13 touchdowns. Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert, who is listed at 6-6 and 251 pounds, had 117 catches, 1,488 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior and senior. Eifert was the only tight end taken in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft.
Of course, now there's something else for NFL teams to consider that has nothing to do with Seferian-Jenkins' ability to block or catch, and has left him suspended from Washington for the time being.
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