Quentin Johnston, Kendre Miller declare for 2023 NFL Draft

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Quentin Johnston (1) and Kendre Miller (33) declared for the NFL Draft on Monday (Frogs Today/Melissa Triebwasser).


By Jamie Plunkett
Frogs Today staff writer


Wide receiver Quentin Johnston and running back Kendre Miller declared for the 2023 NFL Draft on Monday, just hours before the deadline to do so.

While not unexpected, both Johnston and Miller have chosen to forego their remaining eligibility.

Outside of quarterback Max Duggan, Johnston and Miller were easily the biggest pieces of TCU’s offense in 2022, combining for 37.8 percent of TCU’s total yards gained on 28.3 percent of TCU’s total touches.

The duo also combined for 30.3 percent of TCU’s touchdowns (including special teams and defensive touchdowns).

Duggan has also declared for the NFL Draft, doing so ahead of TCU’s run in the College Football Playoff.

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