The post-spring roster churning continues We’ve seen a slew of transfers following the end of Texas A&M spring football, including WRs Shadrach Banks and Cam Buckley and DBs Derrick Tucker and Travon Fuller.
COVID rule gives Fuller one last season of college ball Under normal circumstances, Travon Fuller’s college career would be over. After redshirting in 2017, he played for seasons in Aggieland, primarily on special teams, and he would now be moving onto the “real world” as a college graduate.
Gig ‘Em Dan and Buddy! The Pittsburgh Steelers apparently liked what they saw from Texas A&M this past season, as they used both of their fourth round picks in the 2021 NFL Draft on Aggies, selecting OT Dan Moore 128th overall and LB Buddy Johnson 140th overall.
GIG ‘EM KELLEN! After Texas A&M shut out of the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, Kellen Mond became the first Aggie off the board on day two, being selected with the 66th overall pick by the Minnesota Vikings.
Transfer season continues Spring football concluded with the Maroon & White game over the weekend, and since then we have seen several A&M players enter the transfer portal (as is common for this time of year).
CARSON GREEN | Texas A&M | OG/OT | #54 | rSr | 6052 | 320 | Southlake, TX | Carroll Overview: Steady and consistent perfectly sums up Green’s impact on Texas A&M over the last three seasons as the full- time starter.
ANTHONY HINES III | Texas A&M | OB | #19 | rJr | 6021 | 230 | Plano, TX | Plano East | 01.15.99 Overview: A once heralded recruit coming out of Plano East High School, a lot was expected of Hines during his career.