With the last minutes ticking down on the deadline to declare for this year's NFL draft, a few players still have not made decisions while others have decided to make themselves available for the draft.
You can find the entire list of underclassman who have declared here. Scout.com's Chris Stueber has compiled a list and is updating it regularly with new announcements.
There's a little over 40 players on the list so far, well under the projected 70 or so that many draft experts expected.
USC quarterback Matt Sanchez and Florida receiver Percy Harvin are the biggest names to declare today. Harvin's teammate, All-American Brandon Spikes, decided to return for his senior season, joining teammate quarterback Tim Tebow.
Also interesting is that all three Heisman finalists decided to return to school, making Sanchez's decision to come out easier considering the weakened draft class he has to compete with.
Players like Sam Bradford and Tebow returning to school will only help college football as Dennis Dodd of Cbssports.com notes here.
Those talented quarterbacks staying put also will make for an interesting choice for team's early in the draft looking for a quarterback. Is Sanchez work taking that early? Or do you take another player like an offensive lineman who is not a sexy pick but could have more impact on your team? We'll see what teams like St. Louis and Kansas City ultimately decide to do.