Venric Mark switches to West Texas A&M from Northwestern

Venric MarkLive betting fans learned that on Saturday, rising star Venric Mark said that he will transfer to West Texas A&M from Northwestern. Pay per head agents who follow the running back believe that he made a very good move, and that he’ll prove to be a key asset for his new team.

“This is an hour and half from my mom,” Mark said. “It’s the best fit.”

Mark, who is very respected with Live betting fans for his talent, said that there were many schools in the FBS that he was interested in, including Kansas, Texas State, Baylor, Oklahoma State, Houston, and Texas Tech, and pay per head agents learned that some of them wanted to ask for a waiver from the NCAA in order for him to be eligible to play immediately.

“But I couldn’t gamble with my last year with no guarantees,” he said.

Pay per head agents saw that last week, Mark said that he decided to part ways with Northwestern. The player was going to receive a suspension at least for part of the season due to a rules violation. He didn’t want to talk more about leaving the school, but he did mention that his mother and grandmother had health problems, and pay per head agents know that these types of problems can affect things.

“I will get my Northwestern degree,” the player said. “The is no bad blood with Northwestern at all. Me and Coach Fitz [Pat Fitzgerald] still talk. We are still family.”

Mark’s Live betting fans saw that he was unable to play in the 2013 season due to leg injuries, but pay per head agents found out that the NCAA let the player be eligible for one more year.

Pay per head agents remember being very impressed with Mark in 2012, as he was able to rush for 1,366 yards, score 12 TD’s and Live betting fans were also in awe when they saw that he had two punt return TD’s – all of this clear proof of his talent.

The player already held practice at West Texas A&M, and believes that this will help him get ready to play next season in the NFL. Many Live betting fans are confident that he’ll make it there, and will closely follow his progress in the game.