ScoutTV: Thomas Talks NFL Draft

"It's just truly a blessing to know I have the opportunity . . . from the things I've accomplished," says Devin Thomas about possibly leaving early for the NFL. "With that being said, it's just an honor, so I most definitely got to look at it like that—like, well, I have a choice, you know, and a lot of people don't have that opportunity to even make that choice, so it's a big thing for me." has teamed with Florida Citrus Sports to give GSN readers exclusive access to events leading up to the Champs Sports Bowl.

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EAST LANSING – Wide receiver Devin Thomas entered the season in relative obscurity: He was a junior college transfer hailing from Ann Arbor expected to be the second or third option for quarterback Brian Hoyer—and not much more.

Now, after leading the Spartans and the Big Ten and hovering near the top of the heap nationally (sixth) in all-purpose yards, the Michigan State junior is contemplating early forfeiture of his college eligibility for the promised land of the NFL. He'll have one more chance to wow scouts against Boston College in the Champs Sports Bowl before he makes a decision.

What's on his mind and how does he handle the buzz? Watch the video to see Thomas' take.

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