Troy Franklin thanked several people close to him, including his mother, pops and teammates. The dynamic wide receiver for Oregon also thanked the fans of the Ducks as he announced plans to enter the NFL Draft.

Franklin, one of the best receivers in Oregon history who set numerous program records this season, announced he is forgoing his senior season.

Franklin was the first Oregon wide receiver since 1997 to be named a first- or second-team All-American by any official outlet. He leads the Pac-12 and is tied for second in the nation with 14 touchdown receptions.

Franklin is also No. 5 in the nation with 1,383 receiving yards, and tied for 6th with 106.4 receiving yards per game.

To show his prowess, Franklin shattered the Oregon single-season records for receptions (81), receiving yards, receiving touchdowns and 100-yard receiving games (8).

He’s also the new all-time program leader in receiving touchdowns with 25 in his career.

Here’s his announcement:

“It’s all love over here. This season was fun asf…I want thank y’all
for holding me accountable when things was shaky to helping me make the plays on Saturday easy asf by giving me great looks in practice.
Lastly, the fans – I swear yall the best every game, no matter where it is, y’all show out and make us have a extra reason to go crazy. Thank you guys so much
It’s all love from this side.
With that being said ya boi is going to declare for that hot NFL draft – sco ducks 4L”