Flowers is headed to the NFL

Ereck Flowers is officially finished with his college career at the University of Miami.

CanesTime has been able to confirm that junior offensive tackle Ereck Flowers has decided to leave the University of Miami a year early to pursue his NFL dreams.

Flowers, 6-foot-6 and 325 pounds, has been a tremendous player in Miami's offense since he arrived. He immediately broke into the starting rotation as a true freshman in 2012 when he started the team's first four games at right tackle. He became a full-time starter at left tackle in 2013, when he started all 13 games there. He started all but one game -- missing one due to a knee injury -- in 2014 at left tackle.

Flowers, who is the No. 3 offensive tackle prospect on ESPN's Todd McShay's NFL Draft Board, came to Miami as a four-star recruit. He played his junior season at Dr. Krop High before transferring to Norland High. He was offered a scholarship by the Hurricanes in the spring and later helped the Vikings win a state championship.

Record-breaking running back Duke Johnson declared for the NFL Draft yesterday.

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