Zack Sanchez has announced he will forgo his final year of eligibility and declare for the NFL Draft.
The three-year starter has been an All Big-12 first team selection in his sophomore and junior seasons. He’s led the conference in interceptions during the past two seasons, nabbing six in 2014 and seven more in 2015.
Sanchez declined to speak with reporters following the Sooners’ 37-17 loss to Clemson in Thursday’s Orange Bowl.
OU defensive coordinator was asked about Sanchez's situation before the Orange Bowl.
“It becomes a personal decision for him and his family. I think you educate your players the best that you can,” Stoops said. “We’ve had some guys that have done it one way and have had great success, and others who have done it differently. It’s all up to the individual." (Tulsa World)
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