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OSU football: Justice Hill, Larry Williams to enter NFL draft


Justice Hill celebrates after scoring a touchdown during the Bedlam football game on Nov. 10, 2018, in Norman, Oklahoma at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. (DEVIN LAWRENCE WILBER/O'Colly)

The Oklahoma State football team is losing its seventh all-time leading rusher. 

Justice Hill announced on twitter Monday morning that he would forgo the 2019 season and enter the NFL draft. He will not play in the Autozone Liberty Bowl against Missouri. 

Hill finishes his OSU career with 3,539 yards and 30 touchdowns, both good for seventh in program history. He hasn't played since the first half of the Oklahoma game because of injury. Despite missing the final two games of the season, Hill was still named to the first-team All-Big 12 squad. 

OSU now has just three scholarship running backs left with Hill's departure in Chuba Hubbard, L.D. Brown and Jahmyl Jeter. 

Mike Gundy also announced on Twitter on Monday morning that Larry Williams won't participate in the bowl game to "pursue future endeavors."