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Is it selfish for potential NFL Draft picks to quit college midseason?

Ohio State's Nick Bosa, who is predicted to go high in the NFL Draft, decided to skip the rest of the season to focus on the draft. According to the Buckeyes, the star defensive lineman says it's a business decision. Some understand Bosa's need to protect his body in order to maximize his financial potential at the pro level. However, while players routinely skip bowl games, many feel quitting midseason is selfish and goes against any promise made on National Signing Day. What do you think? 🏈

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When millions of dollars are on the line, no one wants to stay in a situation where you can lose it all on one play. Bosa isn't being selfish, he's protecting his value—a decision that can set him, his children and his children's children for the rest of their lives. 

Bosa would've taken 12 weeks to recover from his injury and was estimated to come back in mid-December. There is no point in him staying with the team. It's not selfish and more players should take steps to protect themselves if they have an NFL future.

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When a college football player signs a scholarship contract, that's a promise to stay committed to the team. People can defend Bosa all they want, but the truth of the matter is that he quit on his team and everyone at Ohio State. 

Bosa could've gone through rehab with the team and still prepared for the draft. He could've stayed in school and worked toward a degree. But no, he quit instead. Other players should not be as selfish as Bosa. They need to honor their commitments and stay with their teams.

FINAL RESULTS
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Is it selfish for potential NFL Draft picks to quit college midseason?
#ProtectYourValue
A festive crown for the winner
#DontAbandonTeam