One of the top quarterbacks prospects will enter the 2015 NFL draft. Florida State's Heisman-winning QB has decided to turn pro, as ESPN is reporting Jameis Winston will forgo his remaining college eligibility to enter the draft.
During his college career, Winston went 27-1 as a starter, and captured the 2013 Heisman Trophy in addition to leading the Noles to the 2014 BCS Championship. Winston redshirted in 2012 as a true freshman, but in his two seasons of action, he threw for nearly 8,000 yards and 65 touchdowns.
Presuming Oregon's Marcus Mariota also turns pro, he and winston will be the first two quarterbacks picked this year. Tampa Bay at No. 1, Tennessee at No. 2 and Washington at No. 5 are all in need of QBs, so it shouldn't take long for Winston and Mariota to be selected.
The biggest knocks on Winston remain his off-the-field scandals and character concerns, which included a rape allegation for which he was not charged. Winston has also played erratic over his final collegiate season while throwing 18 interceptions after throwing just 10 in 2013.