Florida State sophomore quarterback Jameis Winston bought a “loss of value” insurance policy that provides him with up to $10 million in coverage, which could be a sign he will enter the 2015 draft.
This means he will likely go pro in 2015, which means his father has been lying. His father is saying that he will remain in school for two more years. That is probably not the smartest move.
Citing a source, Yahoo Sports reported that the policy “is based on a projection that he will be selected in the top 10 of the 2015 NFL draft and would theoretically pay out if he fell out of the first round due to injury or illness.” Current Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater purchased the same type of policy after the 2013 season.