The defections keep coming for the Texas A&M football program, this time it's from junior Germain Ifedi who announced Saturday he will leave school early and enter his name for the 2016 NFL Draft. Ifedi is projected as a top offensive line prospect in the May draft.
The 6-foot-6, 335-pound Ifedi is the third Aggie offensive player to leave College Station early since the conclusion of the regular season. The other two are of course the transfers of quarterbacks Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray.
Gig 'Em! pic.twitter.com/U7VgdvZDGq-- Germain Ifedi (@GermainX1) January 2, 2016
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Ifedi has started the last three years on the A&M offensive line, the last two at right tackle after beginning his career as a guard. The Aggies will also be losing starting center Mike Matthews and starting guard Joseph Creek to graduation.