MORGANTOWN, WV – NOVEMBER 23: Kyler Murray #1 of the Oklahoma Sooners warms up before the game against the West Virginia Mountaineers on November 23, 2018 at Mountaineer Field in Morgantown, West Virginia. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)When the Oakland A’s drafted Kyler Murray No. 9 overall in June’s MLB Draft, they did so with the idea that Murray would eventually focus solely on baseball. Murray’s contract included a $4.6 million signing bonus and an agreement that he would only play one more season of college football.Well, Murray has been a revelation in that season, winning the Heisman Trophy and leading Oklahoma to the Big 12 title and College Football Playoff. In the meantime, he’s also rekindled talk of potentially sticking with football.Murray’s agent Scott Boras has been adamant that his client will play baseball next year. If Murray elects to continue his football career, he must forfeit his signing bonus.Boras on Kyler Murray: We negotiated a baseball contract provision allowing him to play COLLEGE football for 1 year…He is grateful & will honor agreement w/A’s & wants to be great MLB player. While every player would like to do both he understands why he’s focusing on baseball.— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) December 10, 2018However, the latest report from Sports Illustrated’s Kalyn Kahler gives more credence to the possibility that Murray is wavering on his baseball commitment. According to Kahler, Oklahoma has submitted Murray’s name to the College Advisory Council for evaluation.The CAC is a “panel of senior personnel evaluators from NFL teams and directors from the league’s two scouting organizations.” The group provided feedback for any underclassman who is considering entering the NFL Draft, and provides the player with one of three grades: potential first round pick, potential second round pick or a recommendation that the player returns to school.Most major college programs submit their top underclassmen to the College Advisory Council for evaluation at the request of the player. One scout familiar with Oklahoma’s program says that the school usually only submits the names of players they really think will come out for the draft. Through an Oklahoma spokesperson, Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley declined to comment on how OU compiles the list it submits to the CAC.According to NFL operations, programs can submit up to five players to be evaluated each year; requests to submit more than five are determined on a case-by-case basis. This year, Oklahoma submitted four players for evaluation.Murray has until January 14 to apply for entry into the 2019 NFL Draft, so he has about a month to make a formal decision. By having his name submitted to the CAC, Murray isn’t binding himself to any type of NFL commitment, but it does appear he is at least trying to cover all the bases for his future, no pun intended.Murray and Oklahoma will take on No. 1 Alabama in the Orange Bowl on January 1 for the right to play for the national championship.