Despite going undrafted, Jevan Snead does not regret leaving school early.
He told Pewterreport.com "I had my degree. I graduated in December with a marketing degree. That was the huge thing for me. A bunch of people said it was because of competition, and I'll tell you right now that's ridiculous. I wouldn't have come out if I were afraid to compete."
Snead signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent, and found himself in a similar situation as Don Warren and Kevin Bapsed found themselves in in New York: struggling to make the roster.
Prior to last year's season, Snead was widely regarded as a first round pick (at least by ESPN's pundits). But a poor senior season led to questioning of his accuracy and decision-making, and ultimately led to him going undrafted.