Brandon Flowers to Turn Pro

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The
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot reported Sunday that Virginia Tech defensive back Brandon Flowers will declare for the 2008 NFL
Draft. Virginian-Pilot reporter Kyle Tucker quoted Flowers’ father Willie as saying that Flowers would go pro.

Flowers is a redshirt-junior with 10 career interceptions, including five in the 2007 season. Flowers has also
tallied 158 career tackles, including 3.5 sacks. Flowers was a third-team AP All-American as a redshirt sophomore in
2006, and he was elevated to second-team AP All-American this season.

Flowers submitted his paperwork to the NFL advisory committee in December, and he was advised that he would be a
second-round pick.

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