Athletics expect Kyler Murray to enter National Football League draft

Athletics expect Kyler Murray to enter National Football League draft

Declaring for the draft would not affect Murray's bonus with the Athletics as he could still return to them; a source told Slusser there's "no harm" in looking at the NFL.

Having recruited Murray out of high school in Allen, Texas, Kingsbury knows Murray well and has faced him over the years when Murray was at Texas A&M and Oklahoma.

After posting a 3-13 record in 2018, the Cardinals own the top pick in April's draft and Kingsbury will be part of that decision after being hired as Arizona's head coach this week.

"Kyler is a freak".

On route to the 2018 Heisman Trophy, Murray threw for 4,361 yards, 42 touchdowns, and seven interceptions in 14 games this season.

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To be fair, this scenario is highly improbable that a team would give up on a quarterback after selecting him in the top-10 just a year ago, but it does present a viable possibility. I've never seen one better in high school, and he's starting to show it now at the college level.

ESPN draft experts Mel Kiper and Todd McShay have noted that Murray could be a first-round pick, and ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Wednesday that Murray was getting "first-round feedback" about the NFL. He's phenomenal. I've never seen him have a poor outing. Which at quarterback, that's impossible to do. "But he's done it". "All I know is Kyler has a tremendous opportunity to be a great baseball player and he knows that". He and the Cardinals could feasibly draft Murray with the No. 1 overall pick in 2019.

Well well well. amusing how things work.

Back in October, then-Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury had seemingly endless good things to say about Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray.

The Cardinals may have taken Josh Rosen at quarterback past year, but if Kingsbury believes in Murray that much, they should take him all the way and just trade Rosen. They could potentially package a first-round pick and a second-round pick during the Cardinals' quarterback garage sale. You have to include Murray in the conversation to be the first overall pick now, no doubt.

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