Last week, quarterback Everett Golson had a pretty big decision to make. He had to decide whether he wanted to return to Notre Dame or stay in Tallahassee at Florida State for his NFL Pro Day workouts.
Golson transferred from Notre Dame after the 2014 season and finished off his career with the Seminoles as a graduate transfer. He was 8-1 with FSU before being replaced by Sean Maguire.
Now it seems he knows where he will be doing his final workouts before the NFL Draft in April. According to Pete Sampson of Irish Illustrated, Golson will return home to South Ben to workout under the shadows of Touchdown Jesus.
Golson finished his career at Notre Dame with a 19-6 record as a starter. As a redshirt freshman, Golson led the Fighting Irish to an undefeated regular season and a spot in the BCS National Championship Game against Alabama.
During his career at Notre Dame, Golson threw for 5,850 yards with 41 touchdowns and 20 interceptions. He also ran for 581 yards and 14 touchdowns.
While he may not be one of the highly-rated quarterbacks going into the Draft, Golson still gets the chance to wear the green and gold just one last time before his collegiate career officially comes to a close.
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