Of course, technically Kwame Cavil was his first Longhorn junior to declare, but he doesn't count. Mack refused to renew his scholarship after the suspension scandal during the 1999 bowl season. So, here's Vince Young. 2nd place in Heisman voting. Leads NCAA with a 160+ passer rating. About to start in the Rose Bowl for the national championship. First he was definitely coming back. Then he had "somewhat" made his decision. And today, during halftime of the Holiday Bowl, he said he hasn't even "sat down with his family" about his options. To me, he is the Mack Brown/Texas player most likely to bolt before his senior season. Perhaps winning the championship would be the catalyst for choosing the NFL, and losing would make him want to stay and prove himself next year. Perhaps he's waiting for for some certainty that he will be a top 5 pick this year before he declares. This kid is special. I give him credit for changing Mack Brown for the better. He is great to watch in person, and I only had that opportunity during his freshman season. He's the only QB with whom Mack Brown has put his complete faith and trust. Part of me wants Vince Young to come out now and prove to the naysayers that he's ready and part of me wants to watch him make those awesome connections with Limas Sweed for another year and continue to make Mack Brown look like a genius. Another reason I'd like him to stay is because I am jealous that some other NFL team is going to get him and I'd rather watch him play for my home college team for another year than play for some NFL competitor that may only visit Reliant every 6 or 8 years. I guess, amongst my ramblings, my discussion questions are: 1. Do you think Vince Young will declare for the draft? 2. Do you want him to?