After a breakout junior campaign, which ended Friday with a season-high of nine catches, Breshad Perriman has fans in NFL front offices.

His rare combination of size, at 6 foot 3 inches tall and 214 pounds, and speed pair for the makings of an elite wide receiver prospect.

However, Breshad Perriman remained mum on his NFL future after Friday's Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl loss to NC State. The junior sent in paperwork to the NFL Draft Advisory Board and said he was waiting to hear back before weighing his options.

During the bowl game, publisher Tony Pauline reported that Breshad Perriman did not receive a grade within the top three rounds of the draft and would consider returning to UCF.

Breshad Perriman's father, Brett Perriman, played 10 seasons in the NFL for four different teams as a wide receiver and was a second-round pick out of the University of Miami.

Breshad Perriman averaged a career-high 20.9 yards per catch and led the Knights in receiving touchdowns with nine.

As a junior, he has one more year of eligibility left at UCF.

Underclassmen have until Jan. 15 to declare for the NFL Draft.


UCF defeated by NC State 34-27 in St.Pete Bowl