Notre Dame wide receiver Braden Lenzy has made a decision on his football future

As I postulated earlier today in my day after thoughts, Irish wide receiver Braden Lenzy has decided to move on from Notre Dame. Not only will Lenzy not play in South Bend next year, he announced that he is hanging up his cleats and will no longer play football.

It’s an interesting decision to say the least, as he had the chance to get drafted and play in the NFL. Instead he will start his professional career with Medasourse, a healthcare consulting leader according to their website. You have to believe it was a bittersweet moment yesterday for Lenzy, who went out catching four passes for 89 yards and a touchdown.

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During his four year career, Lenzy caught 74 balls for 976 yards and 9 touchdowns. We wish him the best as he continues his life away from football.

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