Data Scout Notes: 2018: 01-07-18 - Announced Early Entry into 2018 NFL Draft…2016: (+) Oct 2016 Pectoral INJ/Out for 2016/NAC...2015: NAC
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01/08/18 - Tennessee Volunteers junior defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie is leaving for the NFL, posting his decision to enter the draft on Instagram Sunday. "I want to thank my coaches for the opportunity they gave me to attend this amazing University," McKenzie wrote. "I also want to thank my teammates for pushing me everyday, I love every last one of y'all. The memories I have with y'all make me smile and proud to have been your teammate. I have so much love in my heart for all of y'all and hope that you can have that same love for me at the next level." McKenzie, the son of Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie, was limited to seven games in 2016 due to a pectoral injury but he came back with 35 tackles and two sacks this season. McKenzie is the third Volunteer to bypass his final seasons of eligibility and declare for the draft thus far, joining running back John Kelly and defensive back Rashaan Gaulden. - The Sports Xchange
01/08/18 - Tennessee junior defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie has posted on Instagram that he's entering the NFL draft. McKenzie thanked Tennessee's fans "for embracing me through the ups and downs through these past 3 years." He added that "Knoxville will always be my second home and I will love y'all tomorrow as much as I do now and have my entire life." He also thanked his teammates and coaches. McKenzie, who is listed as 6-foot-3 and 320 pounds, recorded 35 tackles and two sacks this season after a pectoral injury limited him to seven games in 2016. He's the son of Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie. McKenzie joins running back John Kelly and defensive back Rashaan Gaulden as Tennessee players bypassing their final seasons of eligibility to enter the draft. - AP College Football