Hawaii junior quarterback Colt Brennan said Monday he would declare for the NFL draft. On Tuesday, he said he needed another day to decide whether to withdraw his name.
"So many things outside my control are playing into this, I just need all the time I am allowed," Brennan said Tuesday.
College football players have 72 hours to withdraw their names, provided they haven't signed with an agent. On Monday, Brennan said he would "seriously consider" withdrawing his name from the draft.
"In order to stay eligible for the draft, I have to send the paperwork in," Brennan said Monday. "But I need to postpone my decision. I need a little bit more time."
Brennan has been told he could be a late first-round pick or an early second-round pick. This season, Brennan set a record with 58 touchdown passes.
Joe Schad is ESPN TV's national college football reporter.