Notre Dame Fighting Irish running back Audric Estime is still trying to decide on whether he’s headed to the NFL or coming back for one more season.
Audric Estime wants you to know that he hasn’t made his mind up. At least publicly. It’s hard to believe he doesn’t actually know what he’s going to do.
At least for now, he’s not spilling the beans. He’s not talking much about it all, as a matter of fact.
Estime just finished his regular season with Notre Dame football with the best game of his career. His 25 carries for 238 yards and four touchdowns would certainly be a fun way to head to the NFL.
But he’s still not talking about heading to the next level just yet.
“I’m just worried about coming in on Monday and getting a lift in.”
For now, it appears he’s preparing for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish’s bowl game. Whether he ends up playing in it, will likely be a big clue as to what he’s thinking. If he doesn’t make an official announcement before then.
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