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Auburns' Tre Mason Declares for NFL Draft

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
Junior running back Tre Mason announced on Thursday that he will forego his Senior season with the Auburn Tigers and declare himself eligible for the NFL Draft.

Mason had a standout season this year where he led the SEC and was fifth nationally with 1,816 yards rushing. In the National Championship on Monday night, Mason rushed for 195 yards and a touchdown. Mason is expected to be drafted in the 2nd or 3rd round in the NFL Draft.

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