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The leading receiver for the past two seasons is on his way to the show.
After a season where he quietly set the single-season record for receptions by a TCU receiver with 66, Josh Boyce has decided to enter the NFL Draft.
It was made official on Tuesday via tweet from Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star Telegram....
#TCU WR Josh Boyce has elected to leave for the NFL. The junior already has his degree. He leaves as TCU's all-time leader in TD catches.— Stefan Stevenson (@FollowtheFrogs) January 8, 2013
Boyce finishes his career at TCU with 161 receptions for 2,535 yards and 22 touchdowns. Those numbers are good for second best in receptions and yards, behind Mike Renfro (162 receptions for 2,739 yards) and first in touchdowns.
Without Boyce to head up the receiving core, it's up to Brandon Carter, Cam White and LaDarius Brown to catch passes from Boykin (or Pachall).
For all of us here at Frogs O' War, I want to wish Boyce the best of luck as he pursues a career in the NFL. Who knows, maybe Jerry will draft him.