TCU wide receiver Josh Boyce has elected to forego his final year of eligibility and enter the 2013 NFL Draft, according to Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Boyce, 6'0, 203 pounds, leaves the Horned Frogs as the team's all-time leading touchdown receiver, with 22 career scoring grabs. In 2012, Boyce hauled in 66 passes for 891 receiving yards and seven touchdowns, despite somewhat of a quarterback carousel due to the arrest of starter Casey Pachall.
With Pachall as his quarterback in 2010, Boyce caught 61 passes for 998 yards and nine touchdowns to earn First Team All-Mountain West honors. Following a conference switch, Boyce was named an Honorable Mention for All-Big 12 honors, despite similar stats in 2012.
Among Boyce's junior season highlights was a catch of a two-point conversion in double overtime to defeat West Virginia and cap a game in which he finished with six receptions for 180 yards and two touchdowns.