Past #1 overall recruit has declared for the 2015 NFL Draft. Dorial Green-Beckham has decided to put his troubled college career behind him and forgo his remaining years of eligibility to enter the draft. Green-Beckham began his career at Missouri; however, after multiple arrests for drugs and a domestic violence arrest, he was then kicked off the team. He would later transfer to Oklahoma where he was allowed to practice with the team but was deemed ineligible to play for the school this season. Green-Beckham is leaving Oklahoma and declaring for the draft after never playing one down for them. In his last year at Missouri, he racked up 883 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2013. Dorial Green-Beckham has often been compared to Calvin Johnson Jr. due to their size similarities; however, Green-Beckham lacks the burst and speed of Calvin Johnson Jr. as well as he has a very limited route tree. If he can prove he has cleaned up his off the field issues, a team will likely take a chance on him early in the draft. The potential for this kid has scouts extremely fascinated and this kid is truly a boom or bust prospect.
Updated: January 6th, 2015