COLLEGE STATION, TX — After setting five program records at Texas A&M, quarterback Kellen Mond announced Jan 7. he will be entering the 2021 NFL draft.
In a statement posted on Twitter, Mond wrote, "After much discussion with my family, I have made the decision to declare for the 2021 NFL Draft,” Mond shared. “It has been an incredible four years as an Aggie! I came to Texas A&M with goals of growing as a person, as a leader and as a football player. I have been fortunate to have the best coaches, athletic staff, academic staff, and especially, the best teammates. I wouldn’t have achieved my goals if it wasn’t for all of you!”Mond added.
Having started at A&M all four years, Mond will finish his college football career with leading the Aggies to 9-1 season and a win in the Orange Bowl.
Mond's program records at A&M will include passing yards, passing touchdowns, completions, attempts and total offense. As of Jan 2021, Mond is also tied for career touchdowns in the program at 93 total.
“Thank you to the Texas A&M students and alumni as you have been by my side to support and challenge me every step of the way,” Mond said.
“There is nothing like the Aggie Nation and the support of the 12th Man. I am forever grateful for the relationships that I have built, and I am proud to say that I am an Aggie for life! I am looking forward to the new chapters in my life and having the 12th Man behind me every step of the way!” Mond expressed in closing.