Auburns' Tre Mason Declares for NFL Draft |

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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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