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Kansas State football running back Deuce Vaughn to end NFL draft


Kansas State running back Deuce Vaughn (22) announced Monday that he will skip his senior year and enter the NFL Draft.

Deuce Vaughn, the second best rusher in Kansas State football history, played his last game as a Wildcat.

Vaughn, a two-time consensus All-American as an all-around defenseman, announced on social media on Monday that he is spending his senior season and entering the 2023 NFL Draft.

Vaughn rushed for 1,558 yards this season, moving up to second in the school career rankings with 3,604. Only former All-American and K-State Hall of Famer Darren Sproles had more with 4,979 from 2001-04.

Vaughn’s 1,936 all-around yards this year — he also caught 42 passes for 378 yards — propelled him to second place all-time for the Wildcats with 5,029, which, again, trails only the total of 6,812 from Sproles.

Vaughn, who has repeatedly brushed off questions about his future until the end of the season, made his announcement two days after rushing for 133 yards, including an 88-yard touchdown, in the K’s 45-20 loss. -State in the Sugar Bowl against Alabama.

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