Colorado State running back Kapri Bibbs will enter the 2014 NFL Draft, he announced via his Twitter feed Sunday.
Bibbs led the NCAA in rushing touchdowns this season with 31, and ranked fourth in the FBS in rushing yards with 1,741.
A third-year sophomore, Bibbs will leave behind two seasons of college eligibility. His 5-foot-11, 203-pound frame is somewhat small for an NFL running back, although Bibbs possesses breakaway speed and averaged better than 10 yards per carry in two games this season.
He posted three games of more than 200 yards this season season, including a season-best 312-yard effort against Nevada on Nov. 9.
CSU coach Jim McElwain recruited Bibbs from the junior-college ranks.