NFL Draft 2012: Rueben Randle Also Leaving LSU, According To Reports

BATON ROUGE, LA - NOVEMBER 12: Rueben Randle #2 of the Louisiana State University Tigers falls to the one yard line after being tackled by Tyree Robinson #22 of the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers at Tiger Stadium on November 12, 2011 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Tigers defeated the Hilltoppers 42-9. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

According to multiple reports, Rueben Randle will become the next player to leave LSU for the 2012 NFL Draft.

One of the biggest undecided names left in the potential 2012 NFL Draft crop, LSU Tigers wide receiver Rueben Randle has decided to leave school, according to Scout.com's Shea Dixon, confirming an earlier report by SI.com's Tony Pauline. He'd become the third Tigers player to turn for the pros within one hour if he were to break the news on Thursday, after cornerback Morris Claiborne and defensive tackle Michael Brockers officially announced earlier.

Shea Dixon@Sheadixon Breaking news: A source close to Rueben Randle tells me Randle has decided to forgo his senior year and enter the NFL Draft.

Will the last wide receiver in Baton Rouge hit the lights? Our own Mocking the Draft provided a quick note on Randle in advance of the national title game:

He's a big wide receiver who has shown good ability this season. He doesn't have a lot of room for improvement, so he should enter the draft. He's a possible second-round pick.

For more on the Tigers, visit LSU blog And the Valley Shook.

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