NORMAN, Ok. (Mizzou Football App) - According to the University of Oklahoma and Coach Bob Stoops, former Missouri Tiger's WR Dorial Green-Beckham intends to declare for the NFL Draft.
Stoops indicates that WR Dorial Green-Beckham intends to declare for the NFL Draft.— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) January 6, 2015
Green-Beckham was rated as the number one high school prospect by Rivals in 2012, but was dismissed from the Tigers before the 2014 season after multiple off-the-field incidents.
Green-Beckham then transferred to the University of Oklahoma, where it was believed he could play immediately depending on an appeal with the NCAA for a transfer waiver. The NCAA, however, denied the appeal and Green-Beckham was forced to sit out the 2014 season, although he was able to practice with the Sooners.
In his final season with the Tigers, Green-Beckham had 883 yards and lead the Tigers with 59 catches and 12 touchdowns.
ESPN's Todd McShay currently has Green-Beckham as the 18th best draft prospect and says the 6'5 receiver has the physical skills that could make him the top receiver taken in the 2015 NFL Draft.