Blake Corum Michigan running back Blake Corum warms up before the Nebraska game at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022.

Blake Corum remains undecided on his NFL future.

The star Michigan running back remains 50-50 on whether he’ll enter the 2023 NFL Draft. Corum himself revealed the news Tuesday that he has yet to decide on if he’ll play in the pros or in Ann Arbor next season.

Corum appeared on The Adam Schefter Podcast episode that debuted Tuesday. Schefter tweeted in the afternoon, “Michigan RB Blake Corum said today that he is ’50-50′ about whether to turn pro or stay in school.”

“I’m still trying to figure that out, honestly. You know, a lot has been happening recently, with the injury,” he said. “And you know, I thought about it a little bit. But, right now I’m just trying to figure some things out. Get my knee right.  So you know, I have a couple weeks before I have to decide on what’s best for me and what I should do. So I’m gonna try to put some puzzle pieces together and see what’s best.”

Schefter asked the Michigan back when the decision to declare was and asked him if he hadn’t made a decision. He immediately responded, “I’m 50-50. I have not made a decision. I am 50-50. You know, it’s a hard decision, you know what I’m saying? It’s a hard decision. And I gotta think about what’s best for Blake Corum.”

Corum injured himself prior to the Wolverines‘ matchup with rival Ohio State. The star running back tried to play in the game, but it didn’t go well. Corum was sidelined officially later on for the rest of the season, so he won’t play in the Fiesta Bowl.

[Adam Schefter]

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