But Wolverines defensive lineman Maurice Hurst came to play this season, to say the least.
The tight end will play his final game for the Gamecocks on New Year's Day in their Outback Bowl match up against MI.
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Tight End Hayden Hurst will forgo his final year of eligibility and declare for the 2018 NFL Draft he announced in a statement on Twitter on Thursday afternoon. Looking past the Outback Bowl, Hurst has accepted an invitation to play in January's Senior Bowl, the premier postseason stage for draft evaluation.
Hurst had an outstanding 2017 season for the Wolverines, displaying why he would be a great addition to the middle of a defensive line at the next level. Hurst registered 13.5 tackles for loss, 5 sacks and was the highest-graded player in college football, according to Pro Football Focus. However, Michigan tight end Jake Butt tore his ACL in last season's Orange Bowl and saw his National Football League stock drop.
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