and whether he should play: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-10-10/why-should-jadeveon-clowney-make-the-ncaa-rich-.html If Clowney could have gone pro last year but voluntarily came back, he could fairly be labelled selfish. However, the NCAA/NFL have set up a system where Clowney is denied first round millions because he needs more time to develop before he can be "eligible" for the NFL! What, 6'6" and 270lb is not developed enough, when he was a certain No. 1 pick? It is absolutely silly that adults are denied opportunities to pursue their chosen career and told to continue acting as unpaid interns (ie, students) at tremendous physical risk to their bodies and narrow earnings windows. When more get hurt (like Lattimore), or if Clowney gets a career ending injury, I think more players may just sit out a year and say "I will go train for a year and wait for the draft." The NCAA/NFL will be hoisted on their own greedy petard either by lawsuits or player rebellion.