This is my first post so don't be too critical on me.
I ran across this artical today about Jadeveon Clowney and how he is pretty much guarenteed to be the #1 overall pick next year. Some people think Clowney should skip his junior year, hire an agent and train for the draft.
I was looking for other peoples opinions on this. Is this what college is coming to? I was always taught to play hard and play for your teammates and school no matter what. It seems as though college is just a stepping stone and is no longer about playing for a title or playing because you love the game.
I thought this was a very interesting article and would love to hear some of your opinions.
EDIT: I'm not saying anything about a player leaving after his junior year. I have no problem with that. I'm talking about someone skipping their junior year to just train. Clowney has to wait a year anyways so why not play? He didn't say that he is going to do this so I'm not knocking on him. I'm just pointing out how people look at this issue. I realize college is a stepping stone and my choice of words were poor. What I meant was the fact that some players don't play for the love of the game anymore. In todays world it's all about money and less about playing the game because you love it.