First, Matt Rhule departed for the NFL. Now, Grayland Arnold is following suit.

Just days after Rhule stepped down as head coach at Baylor to take over the Carolina Panthers, the Bears’ junior cornerback announced he will be leaving the program for the NFL Draft.

A top recruit out of Kountze, Arnold ranks 10th among Baylor active leaders in career starts with 15, and he recorded 46 total tackles, including 33 solo, and six interceptions in the 2019 season.