Something To Consider Regarding Morgan Breslin

With defensive end Morgan Breslin out for the season with a hip injury, there’s been some speculation whether he could seek a redshirt year from the NCAA. However, sources close to Breslin said the senior wants to turn pro instead of returning for another season.

Breslin does not speak to the media and has not addressed his status. He is expected to undergo hip surgery soon.

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  • Helen

    Of course he wants to turn pro, the question should be whether his stock is higher this year or after returning for another year. Scottie: why don’t you ask your insider NFL draft analysts for an opinion?

    • WEB_Dupree

      The Gold Sheet tells us nothing!

  • JJ Griffiths

    His draft status was decent but not great for next year. He was projected as a 2nd or 3rd day guy. All the reviews on him accurately say that he needs to work on his technique and skills to become more than just a speed rush guy against the pass. He saw limited action this year so i don’t expect his grades to improve much. Another season may REALLY help him move up.

    • HeySucs

      Right JJ. I’m sure your two cent opinion will change Breslin’s Post-SUC pro plans.

      • TrojanFamily

        You really are becoming a douche. Your mother must be so proud.

        • Trojan Hoarse

          Since he is a douche, perhaps he should plant himself between his mothers legs?…..That was so wrong… apologies to douches everywhere…..

          • HeySucs

            Once again THore displays the sum total of SUC education.

        • HeySucs

          Snivel, snivel SUC Family.

  • tostevinUSC

    It is a moot point on the red shirt. Even if he could make a case the NCAA still hates USC and would not allow it

  • gillyking

    Recovering from hip surgery.. He most likely won’t get drafted anyway.. so it wouldn’t hurt him to at least try to advance his status by trying for another season. It could mean a lot financially to him. If he simply recovers from this current surgery, and then tries out for the League as a free agent, it could be a disaster.. especially as his injury plagued collegiate career indicates that he’s probably not going to have a long run in the League. If he were my son, I’d encourage him to try to recover and really use the University’s program to advance his skills.

  • HeySucs

    I can see his point, why wreck his body with SUC for nothing but a cheap handshake and a Fight on backslap.

  • Arturo

    In light of all the concussions and long term effects of too many blows to the head, I think some players are beginning to realize that they’re football careers aren’t going to be very long. Why risk more blows to the head when you can go pro, make your$ and walk?