Antonio Brown announced his decision late Thursday.
"I feel like I have matured and developed during my time at CMU," Brown said. "I want to thank the whole academic staff, my coaches, the whole CMU nation and everyone involved in the football program who believed in me and helped me mature as a person."
Brown finished his career with 305 receptions for 3,199 yards and 22 touchdowns. He also rushed for four touchdowns and returned three punts and two kickoffs for touchdowns during his career.
Brown is CMU's all-time leader in receptions and ranks second in Mid-American Conference history. He is third in school history in receiving yards and second in touchdown receptions.
Brown was the MAC Special Teams Player of the Year in both 2008 and 2009. He was named MAC Freshman of the Year in 2007.
Brown caught 102 passes for 1,003 yards and six touchdowns in 2007. In 2008, he caught 93 passes for 998 yards and seven touchdowns. Brown finished 2009 with a school-record 110 receptions for 1,198 yards and nine touchdowns.
Brown was selected the 2010 GMAC Bowl Offensive Most Valuable Player after posting 403 all-purpose yards in the No. 25 Chippewas' 44-41 double-overtime win over Troy Wednesday night. Brown caught 13 passes for 178 yards, rushed for a touchdown and returned a kickoff 95 yards for a score.
Antonio Brown to Enter NFL Draft
Chippewas Insider Top Stories
Steelers Right Blend of Experience, SkillThe Pittsburgh Steelers are handling the biggest week of most of their careers with a precision that's difficult and hard to master.
Steel City Insider12:53 AM
Notebook: Run Vs. Pats, Illnesses, Eli's MathThe AFC Championship Game is drawing near and the Steelers continue to keep the energy high.
Steel City InsiderYesterday at 3:14 AM
Illini Football Recruiting Lounge: Jan. 19Signing Day is less than two weeks away. Illini Inquirer publisher breaks down the latest buzz on the Illini's efforts and top targets in the latest edition of the Illini Inquirer…
Illini InquirerYesterday at 2:10 AM
Evans has offers at variety of positionsPrairie Ridge (Ill.) junior athlete Samson Evans has a growing list of options and the schools who have offered have offered the versatile talent at varying spots.
Scout FootballYesterday at 1:00 AM