Sanchez actually made a descent decision to come out this year. Next year he would have been a late first rounder, overshadowed by McCoy, Bradford, and whoever else. This year he was the story of the draft and still got taken in the early first round. I do agree that he would have benefited from another season at USC, but its hard to blame a guy for taking the money.
Honestly, if any of you were faced with the decision of, play another year for free and risk season/career ending injury or take the money, almost all of us would take the money.
How about Stephen McGee from Texas A&M getting drafted and Graham Harrol didn't even get drafted. I think that says a lot about McGee and a lot more about Harrel. I also think Crabtree slipping down as far as he did in the first round says a lot about Texas Tech's program and the kind of players they produce.
It's a fact that 70 percent of the people who purchase heavier tackle do so with the categorical I just lost a huge snook! Einstein Hairdo.The other 30 percent have either Tarpon Fever or are sporting a hand cramped into a claw from a deepwater grouper.