ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -Mario Manningham will skip his senior season at Michigan to enter the NFL draft.
``It was a hard decision, but after discussing it with my family it was the right one for me to make right now,'' Manningham said Monday in an interview with The Associated Press while driving home to Ohio. ``I've heard I will be drafted in the first round because of the lack of depth at wide receiver.''
Manningham said he will work out in Cleveland while preparing for the April draft.
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