After not taking part in Auburn's bowl game on Friday, Anthony Schwartz announced Saturday via social media that he was forgoing his senior season and declaring for the 2021 NFL Draft.
During his three seasons at Auburn, Schwartz played in 36 career games and finished with 117 receptions for 1,433 yards and six receiving touchdowns.
Schwartz's nickname was "Flash," and it was an accurate one as he not only used his speed as a receiver, but he also contributed on the ground. "Flash" finished with 42 rushing attempts for 323 yards and seven touchdowns in three seasons.
The 2020 season saw Schwartz lead the team in receptions with a career-high 54 catches and was second on the team in receiving yards with a career-high 636 yards.
Currently, Schwartz is only one of two Auburn players to declare for the 2021 NFL Draft, joining linebacker K.J. Britt.
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