Eastern Kentucky DE Noah Spence to Declare for the NFL Draft
The former Ohio State star defensive end, now at Eastern Kentucky, announced on Friday that he intends to apply for early eligibility into the 2016 NFL Draft.
Once one of the most feared pass rushers in the Big Ten, Spence was suspended and later declared ineligible due to a pair of failed drug tests. Not long after his appeal for reinstatement was denied, Spence transferred to EKU, where his career has flourished once again. He was named the Ohio Valley Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Year this season, recording 22.5 tackles for loss, including 11.5 sacks, for the Colonels.