Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops says it's not his place to tell players whether they should leave school early and enter the NFL draft.
Responding to criticism after Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford
was injured, Stoops said Tuesday that his job is to simply inform
players of their choices and leave it to them and their families to
make the decision.
Along with Bradford, Oklahoma also had three other top NFL
prospects return for another season: tight end Jermaine Gresham,
defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and offensive tackle Trent Williams.
Gresham is out for the season after he injured his knee in
practice prior to the season opener.
Stoops said Gresham plans to enter next year's NFL draft.