One of Texas A&M’s top playmakers over the last three seasons is turning on pro. On Tuesday, star wide receiver and kick returner Christian Kirk announced that he would forgo his senior season in College Station and declare for the upcoming NFL Draft.
It's been an amazing 3 years! Thanks & Gig'em forever!👍🏼 pic.twitter.com/ahO4wmMiDv
— Christian Kirk (@ckirk) January 2, 2018
Kirk was a highly touted prospect out of Scottsdale, Arizona and he quickly became one of the most dynamic playmakers of the Aggie offense over the last three seasons. The receiver also leaves Texas A&M as one of their most decorated players in school history.
He finishes second in program history in career receptions (234) and third in career receiving yards (2,856). He capped off 2017 with an impressive performance in the Aggies’ Belk Bowl loss to Wake Forest, finishing had 13 catches for 189 yards, which were single-game A&M postseason records. He also had three receiving touchdowns.
Kirk finished with 919 yards on 71 catches and 10 touchdowns this past season for the Aggies.
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