Sanu Remains Undecided on NFL Future

Rutgers junior wide receiver Mohamed Sanu has not made a decision one way or another about his NFL future. After a report surfaced today that Sanu would stay for his senior year, Rutgers released a statement saying that no decisions have been made by Sanu or any other Scarlet Knights.

Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu has said multiple times that he will wait until after the bowl game to make his decision about leaving for staying for his senior year.

Rutgers denied a report today from Metro New York citing an anonymous source saying Sanu decided to stay for his senior year.

"There have been no decisions made by any of our draft-eligible underclassmen about their intention to remain at Rutgers or to opt for early-entry into the NFL Draft," the statement said. "It is an ongoing process between Coach [Greg] Schiano, our players and their families that may continue until the declaration date in January. Any updates on Rutgers' draft-eligible underclassmen and their intentions will be issued through Rutgers' Office of Athletic Communications."

After making the All-Big East first team last week, Sanu told he had not made a decision and will not decide on the NFL until after the bowl game.

"We have talked about it quite a bit," said his high school coach at South Brunswick, Rick Mantz. "I don't know if he's going to say anything at this point. He wants to get to the bowl game. That's what he's focused on right now along with his exams. Yes I talk to him about it."

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