Another day and two more eligible underclassmen officially announce their intentions to enter the draft.  This time is is a pass catcher and pass defender as receiver Roscoe Parrish of Miami and cornerback Brandon Browner of Oregon State who will make the leap.

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Another pair enter the ring

<p><font size="2" face="Verdana">Another day and two more eligible underclassmen officially announce their intentions to enter the draft.&nbsp; This time is is a pass catcher and pass defender as receiver <b><A HREF=[PlayerNode:1224327]>Roscoe Parrish</A></b> of <A HREF=http://miami.Scout.com>Miami</A> and cornerback <b><A HREF=[PlayerNode:1242272]>Brandon Browner</A> </b>of <A HREF=http://oregonstate.Scout.com>Oregon State</A> who will make the leap.</font></p>

Parrish was Miami's top receiver this season, catching 43 passes for 693 yards. He also averaged 16.2 yards on punt returns, running two back for touchdowns.  He stated he expects to run his forty-yard dash prior to the draft in a time of 4.20-4.30.

This should come as a surprise to no one as we first reported back on December 20th Parrish was considering the draft and further word came as late as Tuesday.

Confirming a story we originally posted Monday, Browner made his intentions public today as the fiery corner adds his name to an already talented group of defensive backs available for April's draft.

Here is the latest news on another pair of underclassmen.

 

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