Sure there are a ton and I hope between the inital post and some comments to uncover a few more. But lets start somewhere shall we?
Scout has A Rob listed as the 11th best receiver and 79th overall in the 2014 draft. So with 32 NFL teams that puts him somewhere in the 3rd round unless teams start taking wideouts hand over fist, but even then only a late 2nd rounder. As we all know the difference between a first round and all the rest can translate into millions.
There's no doubt that with one more year, A Rob continues his growth/strength/speed, Hack gains more experience aka earns Jedi status, almost everyone on offense returns, its easy to make an arguement that A Rob will likely be a first rounder next year.
Another reason to stay is that there's a good chance Penn State will know if a bowl next year is in the cards before he has to declare for the draft. What better way to cap off your college career than being a part of Penn State's coming out party.
Thon as a senior is even better than it was as a junior.
Croke Park Classic in Dublin, Ireland!!!
Checkout the 2014 schedule. Does 10-2 or 9-3 sound doable to anyone else?