CHENEY, Wash. (AP) - Eastern Washington receiver Brandon Kaufman has decided to skip his senior season and make himself eligible for the NFL draft.
The team announced Wednesday that the two-time All-American has signed with an agent.
Kaufman finished his 42-game college career with 221 catches for 3,731 yards and 33 touchdowns. Last season, he caught 93 passes and set an FCS record for single season receiving yards with 1,850 yards.
Also leaving a year early will be EWU quarterback Kyle Padron.

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