A record number of underclassmen have entered this year's NFL Draft.
The number of players entering themselves early has steadily risen over the last five years, but the jump of 25 from 73 in 2013 to 98 in 2014 is the biggest increase in that time.
In addition to those 98 players, a further four have opted in for the Draft having graduated despite still being eligible for college football, most notably Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.
LSU had the most players to leave early with seven deciding to try their luck in the NFL this season, while Alabama and Southern California also lost five players each.
This year's NFL Draft will take place between May 8-10 in New York.