AUSTIN — Texas Longhorns' junior receiver Lil' Jordan Humphrey is leaving school early for the NFL draft.

"I loved my time at UT," said Humphrey. "I’m going to represent UT on and off the field as I move forward in my career to take care of my family and all the communities that I can. Hook ‘Em Horns for life!”

Humphrey had 86 receptions his junior year, including nine touchdowns. He finishes his three years at Texas with 125 catches for 1622 yards and 10 TDs.

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“I would like to first thank God for blessing me with the ability to play the sport that we all love," said Humphrey. "Next, I would like to thank my family for always having my back and helping me grow as a young man each and every day. I would also like to thank Coach Strong for giving me the chance to attend such a prestigious university. Furthermore, I would like to thank The University of Texas at Austin for giving me an incredible college experience full of support and growth from the students, staff on campus and fans."