IDK.....I'd strongly consider entered the draft. I'd rather spend the year on an NFL team learning than returning to college where to play maybe a few games. In fact, since I'm not being paid, I wouldn't play another down of college ball. So why return....... https://www.profootballnetwork.com/...ld-another-qb-surpass-burrow-as-the-top-pick/ The Tony Pauline Mailbag Tony, how does Tua Tagovailoa’s injury affect his 2020 NFL Draft stock? Wouldn’t he be better off returning to school if he’s not QB1? While the initial word from his surgeon was positive, there is still so much more that needs to be played out and examined. At the same time, there is no denying the injury will have a major effect on Tagovailoa’s draft stock if he decides to enter the event. If Tua enters the draft, I see him being selected in the bottom third of round one. More on that later this week. Going back to school should be a consideration for Tagovailoa. If he’s not going to be healthy enough to play a full season in 2020, he may want to return to Alabama and play the final couple of games with the hopes he moves towards the 2021 NFL Draft with a higher grade than he may have if he enters the 2020 draft. Everyone wants definitive answers today. But there are just too many variables at the present time to give anything other than opinions, and they could change.