Quentin Castille, the highly touted tailback who transferred to Northwestern State from Nebraska, has left the Demons, saying he plans to enter the NFL supplemental draft according to The Town Talk.

Castille spent just one disappointing season at NSU, working mostly as a backup to William Griffin. Castille rushed for 349 yards averaging 3.3 yards a carry and one touchdown on 107 carries in 11 games. He also fumbled four times.

“I can’t really talk about the situation at Northwestern State,” Castille said Friday when reached by phone. “I made the decision to leave. I think the best decision for me is to enter the draft.”

The NFL draft is April 22-24. Castille will not be eligible for that because he missed the filing deadline for college underclassmen. A supplemental draft will be conducted in July.

The NFL began conducting a supplemental draft in

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