Michigan junior quarterback Denard Robinson will return to the school for his senior season, according to a Tweet published by the team's official Twitter account. Cornerback J.T. Floyd will also return.
Robinson and Floyd filed paperwork through the NFL draft advisory board to assess what round they might be drafted had they turned pro for April's draft. The deadline for underclassmen to enroll into the draft is Sunday. Indications were strong that both players would return for their senior seasons.
"It's been a dream to play in the NFL, and hopefully after next year that becomes a reality, but I wouldn't pass up being here with my teammates and coaches for anything," Robinson said in a Tweet. "It's my second family. I love my teammates. I love Michigan."
Added Floyd: "Being around all of the great people here, I just couldn't see myself not being here for my senior year. Our team still has work to do and place to go, and I want to be a part of it."