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Running List: Texas A&M transfer portal tracker

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The 2022 season has come to a conclusion for Texas A&M, finishing with a 5-7 record. The Aggies will not be playing in a bowl game, so now the focus turns to recruiting. This means recruiting to finish the 2023 class as well as recruiting the current roster to limit the amount of transfer portal entries.

The transfer portal does not officially open until December 5, so any announcements before that time are only announcing the intent to enter the portal. This list will serve as a running list of Texas A&M players to enter the transfer portal.

Once a player’s name shows up in the portal, other schools can contact the player. Players can change their minds at any point and withdraw from the portal. However, once a player enters the portal, the current scholarship no longer has to be honored. In other words, if a player enters the portal but decides to stay, the school is not obligated to provide a scholarship anymore.

Transfer Portal Entries To Date: 22

12/14 – 12:15 PM: Cornerback Deion “Smoke” Bouie

Year: Freshman (Class of 2022)

Hometown: Bainbridge, Georgia

Bouie, a true-freshman cornerback, had four total tackles this season, appearing in four games. Bouie played high school football at Bainbridge (Ga.) High, where he was a four-star prospect. He was the No. 84 overall recruit and No. 11 cornerback in the 2022 cycl

12/13 – 3:00 PM: Wide Receiver Yulkeith Brown

Year: Sophomore

Hometown: Miami, Florida

The 5’10 175 WR from Miami, Florida had six receptions for 112 yards and a touchdown in 2022 for the Aggies. Brown was ranked as a four-star recruit in the 2021 class.

12/10 – 9:50 PM: Wide Receiver Devin Price

Year: Junior (Class of 2020)

Hometown: College Station, Texas

In his three year career in College Station, Price, a former three-star prospect, caught five passes for 59 yards. He is the third receiver from the Aggies squad to hit the portal.

12/7: Wide Receiver Chris Marshall

Year: Freshman (Class of 2022)

Hometown: Missouri City, Texas

In his one season in College Station, Marshall, a former five-star prospect, caught 11 passes for 108 yards. Marshall was suspended mid-season along with three other members of the team after violating team rules. The suspension was indefinite, per Jimbo Fisher.

12/6 – 12:30 PM: Defensive lineman Dallas Walker IV

Year: Class of 2020

Hometown: Smyrna, Tennessee

The 6’4 330 DL from Nashville, TN held a total of 17 offers in HS including Oklahoma, Tennessee, and others. Will have 3 years of eligibility remaining. He did appear in a game in the 2022 season.

12/6 – 11:50 PM: Linebacker Tarian Lee Jr.

Year: Redshirt Junior (Class of 2019)

Hometown: Tallahassee, Florida

Lee played in 23 games in his career in Aggieland. He had 17 total tackles, including four against Appalachian State. Out of high school, Lee was a three-star prospect and the No. 96 overall linebacker recruit in the 2019 class.

12/6 – 11:20 AM: Linebacker Andre White Jr.

Year: Senior (Class of 2019)

Hometown: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

White played in 40 games in his four seasons in College Station, solidifying himself as one of the Aggies’ most consistent defensive playmakers. In his 40 games, White totaled 139 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, seven pass deflections, one interception, and one forced fumble.

12/5 – 12:30 PM: Defensive lineman Marcus Burris

Year: Redshirt freshman (Class of 2021)

Hometown: Texarkana, Texas

Burris, a former four-star prospect, was ranked as the No. 144 overall prospect and No. 18 defensive lineman in the nation.

12/5 – 12:30 PM: Quarterback Eli Stowers

Year: Redshirt Freshman

Hometown: Denton, Texas

Stowers, a former four-star prospect, was ranked as the No. 204 overall prospect and No. 21 quarterback prospect in the class ir 2021. Injuries derailed his career, causing him to bounce between tight end and quarterback.

12/5 – 10:30 AM: Cornerback Myles Jones

Year: Senior (Class of 2017)

Hometown: Magnolia, Texas

Jones has appeared in 49 total games in six seasons in College Station. Jones, a former four-stat recruit, was the No. 35 cornerback prospect and No. 366 overall recruit in the 2017 class.

12/2 – 5:30 PM: Offensive Line PJ Williams

Year: True Freshman (Class of 2022)

Hometown: Dickinson, Texas

The former four-star prospect out of Dickinson (Texas) High appeared in just one game in his one season in College Station. Dickinson was suspended mid-season along with three other members of the team after violating team rules. The suspension was indefinite, per Jimbo Fisher.

12/2 – 4:30 PM: Cornerback Denver Harris

Year: True Freshman (Class of 2022)

Hometown: Houston, Texas

The former five-star prospect out of Houston (Texas) North Shore appeared in five games in his one season in College Station. Harris was suspended mid-season along with three other members of the team after violating team rules. The suspension was indefinite, per Jimbo Fisher.

12/2 – 3:30 PM: Quarterback Haynes King

Year: Redshirt Sophomore (Class of 2020)

Hometown: Longview, Texas

The former four-star recruit out of Longview (Texas) High played in six games this season, passing for 1,220 yards and seven touchdowns. He also had six interceptions through the air. On the ground, King had 41 rushes for 150 yards and one touchdown. King was rated the No. 126 prospect and the No. 9 quarterback rusher in the country coming out of Longview in 2020.

12/1 – 6:15 PM: Cornerback Brian George

Year: Senior

Hometown: Bella Glade, Florida

Since arriving to the program in 2020, George has appeared in 19 games, 10 of them coming in 2020. He had 23 total tackles, three pass deflections, and one interception. Prior to Texas A&M, George spent time at Highland Community College.

12/1 – 2:20 PM PM: Tight End Blake Smith

Year: Redshirt Sophomore (Class of 2020)

Hometown: Southlake, Texas

In three seasons at Texas A&M, Smith appeared in six games, making only two catches. He was a three-star prospect out of Southlak Carroll in the 2020 class.

12/1 – 12:45 PM: Defensive Line Tunmise Adeleye

Year: Redshirt Freshman (Class of 2021)

Hometown: Katy, Texas

The former four-star recruit out of Katy (Tex.) Tompkins played in two games this season, recording seven tackles and four pressures on the quarterback, but suffered an injury early in the season and was passed on the depth chart while he was out. As a freshman, Adeleye didn’t appear in any games. Adeleye was rated the No. 41 prospect and the No. 3 EDGE rusher in the country in 2021.

11/28 – 3:30 PM: Wide Receiver Chase Lane

Year: Redshirt Junior (Class of 2019)

Hometown: Houston, Texas

Lane appeared in eight games this season, including five starts recording seven receptions for 76 yards. He entered the portal as a grad transfer.

11/28 – 3:30 PM: Kicker Caden Davis

Year: Redshirt Junior (Class of 2019)

Hometown: Coppell, Texas

Davis has handled the kickoff duties for Texas A&M for three seasons now, appearing in 33 games. He has attempted four field goals, only making one in his career. He has two years of eligibility remaining.

11/27 – 4:50 PM: Running Back LJ Johnson

Year: Redshirt Freshman (Class of 2021)

Hometown: Cypress, Texas

As a true freshman, Johnson rushed the ball 31 times for 115 yards and two touchdowns in two seasons in College Station. He was previously ranked as the No. 57 running back and No. 5 running back in the 2021 class.

11/27 – 1:30 PM: Linebacker Ish Harris

Year: True Freshman (Class of 2022)

Hometown: Pilot Point, Texas

AggieScoop story by Tim Verghese

Harris was a member of the prized 2022 recruiting class for the Aggies, but did not appear in a game this season for the Aggies. He was previously ranked as the No. 382 prospect in the nation, No. 20 linebacker.

11/26 – 11:00 PM: EDGE Elijah Jeudy

Year: Redshirt Freshman (Class of 2021)

Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

AggieScoop story by Time Verghese

In two seasons at Texas A&M, Jeudy appeared in three total games. He was previously ranked as the No. 178 overall prospect, the No. 6 edge rusher in the 2021 class.

11/21 – 8:35 PM: EDGE Donnell Harris

Year: Redshirt Sophomore (Class of 2020)

Hometown: Miami, Florida

Harris was a highly touted recruit in the 2020 class but only played in four games in his three seasons at Texas A&M. Harris medically retired prior to the 2022 season, but recently announced he was medically cleared to play football. He was previously ranked as the No. 53 overall prospect and No. 4 edge rusher in the 2020 class.