MIAMI GARDENS — Rap blared out of a sound system in the middle of the locker room. Players walked around celebrating, dancing, passing jerseys around to have teammates sign them and hugs were exchanged before the team was released for the last time.
For a few juniors, the question lingered whether this would be their final game or if they would put the NFL Draft on hold and come back to school.
We asked Trevon Grimes, Kadarius Toney and Marco Wilson if they had made their decisions yet — none of them had made a final decision.
Here is what each told Gator Country about their future.
“I haven’t made a decision. I haven’t put too much thought into it yet. It can be tough (to make a decision). That’s why I decided just not to think about it right now so I won’t be distracted.”
At this point, Shawn Davis yelled, “Come back, Marco!”
“I haven’t made a decision yet. It wouldn’t hurt me to stay another year but I haven’t weighed all my options yet. I have to sit down and talk with my people first and figure it out, really. I don’t really know at this moment.”
What are you looking at as determining factors?
“If the situation is right, I feel like I’ll go ahead and make my decision but I haven’t even thought about it. I’m trying to enjoy this win.”
Grimes didn’t want to talk about a timetable or where he was in the decision-making process but said he has a lot to think about.