Bridgewater told ESPN's Brett McMurphy that he hasn't made a decision despite some reports online that say otherwise. Bridgewater said he's waiting a few days after Louisville's bowl game on Dec. 28.
This season, Bridgewater has thrown for 3,523 yards, 28 touchdowns and just four interceptions while completing 70.2 percent of his passes. It's also worth noting that Bridgewater is graduating this week and has no preference on which team ends up with the No. 1 pick.
Fresno's Adams waiting
Another player waiting until after his bowl game is Fresno State redshirt sophomore Davante Adams. Fresno plays Southern California on Saturday, so a decision from the impressive Adams could come soon.
In just two seasons, Adams has 224 receptions for 2,967 yards and 37 touchdowns. It helps that Adams has Derek Carr throwing him the ball, but Adams is an incredible talent. He's a physical presence at 6-foot-2 and 212 pounds and possesses deep speed.
Oregon cornerbacks pondering pros
Many expect Oregon junior cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu to enter the draft and be a first-round pick. His teammate Terrance Mitchell is also considering the NFL. Considering Oregon is losing it's defensive line, losing both of its starting cornerbacks would be a big blow.
Georgia pair likely not going pro
Two players who shouldn't be expected in the draft are Georgia cornerback Damian Swann and wide receiver Chris Conley. Swann struggled during parts of this season and isn't even submitting paperwork to get evaluated by the NFL Draft advisory committee.
Conley may be too preoccupied filming a freaky Star Wars football movie. No joke: