Ex USC Trojans WR C.J. Williams ‘Talking With’ Texas A&M – Aggies Transfer Portal Tracker
JAN 10 – Williams considering Aggies
Former USC wide receiver CJ Williams is looking for a new home after entering the NCAA Transfer Portal, and Texas A&M is on the list.
“I’m talking to Notre Dame, Texas A&M, Georgia and UCLA,” Williams told 247Sports. “I talked to Notre Dame about visiting this weekend and that’s a possibility.
Williams is also considering Wisconsin and West Virginia, along with the Aggies, Notre Dame, UCLA and the two-time champion Georgia Bulldogs.
That said, he is intrigued by what the Aggies have to offer and has a good relationship with Texas A&M wide receivers coach James Coley.
“Coach Coley actually offered me when he was at Georgia, that was one of my first offers when I was a sophomore. He always told me I was an SEC guy and he told me he would love to line me up next to Evan Stewart and we could complement each other really well.”
JAN 3 – Anthony Lucas leaves the Aggies
Another top recruit from the 2022 class has decided to leave Texas A&M, with former five-star Anthony Lucas entering the NCAA Transfer Portal.
Lucas is now the sixth member of the historic 2022 class to enter the portal and the 26th Aggie overall to leave the program.
“I want to thank Coach Fisher and his staff for the opportunity to play at TAMU. Thank you to my professors and academic staff for giving me all the support to succeed as a student-athlete. Thank you to all my teammates for all the encouragement I I will forever cherish the relationships I have built in College Station.To the 12th Man, thank you so much for all your support.
I also want to thank my parents who have been my main source of strength and support throughout this journey. Above all, I want to thank God for all the opportunities given to me.
After a careful reflection and discussion with my family, I have decided to enter the transfer portal”.
Lucas played in five games for the Aggies in 2022, making 10 tackles.
December 25 – LJ Johnson stays in the Lone Star State
LJ Johnson will remain in Texas for the remainder of his career. The former Texas A&M running back officially committed to SMU to give the Mustangs an early Christmas present.
Johnson, one of the top prospects on the transfer portal, chose SMU over programs such as Oklahoma, UCLA, Cal and Baylor. In two seasons with the Aggies, the former top running back recruit totaled 31 carries for 115 yards and 2 touchdowns.
December 25 – Chris Marshall commits to Ole Miss
Following his decision to enter the NCAA Transfer Portal, former Texas A&M wide receiver Chris Marshall will remain in the SEC, committing to Lane Kiffin and the Ole Miss Rebels.
Marshall, who was suspended on several occasions last season, had 11 catches for 108 yards in three games.
DEC 23 – Marquis Groves-Killebrew commits to Louisville
Former Texas A&M Aggies junior defensive back Marquis Groves-Killebrew has found a new home after entering the NCAA Transfer Portal earlier this month.
And on Friday, he made it official, committing to the Louisville Cardinals.
Groves-Killebrew was the second former Aggie to commit this week, after Denver Harris committed to the LSU Tigers.
DEC 21 – Tunmise Adelaye Head to the Big Ten
Former Texas A&M defensive end Tunmise Adelaye has committed to Michigan State. He will have three years of eligibility remaining with the Spartans starting next season.
Last season, Adelaye had two touchdowns in two games before suffering a season-ending injury against Miami. Adelaye redshirted during the 2021 season.
Dec. 21 – Eli Stowers addresses “other” Aggies.
Former Texas A&M/Eli Stowers quarterback has officially transferred to New Mexico State. In his two years with the program, Stowers did not record a shutout. During his first season, Stowers worked tight end drills. He is expected to play quarterback for the Aggies.
DEC 18 – Andre White joins Haynes King in Atlanta
DEC 16 – Former Offender joins SEC West program
Former Texas A&M running back Caden Davis officially announced Sunday that he will transfer to Ole Miss. Davis will have two years of enrollment in the SEC West program as a graduate transfer.
Davis was expected to replace Seth Small after the 2021 season. Instead, freshman Randy Bond took over full-time on field goals and punt attempts following Texas A&M’s Week 2 loss against Appalachian State. Last season, Davis made 1 of 3 field goal attempts, drilling a 40-yarder in the season opener against Sam Houston.
DEC 16 – Marquis Groves-Killebrew enters the portal
Texas A&M Aggies freshman cornerback Marquis Groves-Killebrew has entered the transfer window, according to reports Friday.
Groves-Killebrew appeared in two games last season as a true freshman. He recorded two solo tackles in a 31-28 loss to the Ole Miss Rebels on Oct. 29.
DEC 13 – North Carolina DB Grimes loves Aggieland
North Carolina defensive back and former 5-star recruit Tony Grimes recently paid a visit to Aggieland, and by all accounts, came back very impressed.
Grimes was one of the top defensive backs in the ACC and would be an immediate impact guy for Texas A&M
DEC 13 – YulKeith Brown enters the portal
DEC 12 – Former Aggie WR Chase Lane transfers to Georgia Tech
DEC 7 – Former Oklahoma State LB Mason Cobb to visit Aggies
Oklahoma State 2022 linebacker Mason Cobb entered the transfer window at the conclusion of the regular season and will visit College Station this weekend.
You can see the full list of players leaving the program below:
WR Devin Price
WR Chris Marshall
LB Tarian Lee
Lee announced Tuesday that he would enter the transfer window after four seasons with the program. He will have two years of eligibility remaining after redshirting his senior season in 2019.
In his two active seasons on the A&M roster, Lee saw minimal action, recording 17 total tackles in 12 games.
LB Andre White Jr.
White officially announced his intention to join the transfer portal on Tuesday morning via his Twitter account. He will have one year of eligibility remaining as a graduate transfer. A member of the 2019 recruiting class, White shared starting reps with Chris Russell Jr. last season. In eight games, he recorded 35 tackles and four tackles for loss. White was limited to seven games due to injury, and often saw action later in the season as a rotation back.
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DB Josh Moten
Moten is expected to enter the transfer window after three seasons in College Station. A member of the 2020 recruiting class, Moten played at Christian National Academy (MD). He served primarily as a deep nickel back and worked on special teams during his three years.
In two games, Moten recorded one tackle. He will have two years of admission remaining at his next school.
QB Eli Stowers
A source confirms with AllAggies.com that Stowers will leave after his redshirt freshman season. Stowers will have three years of eligibility remaining in his next program.
Stowers did not record a single stat this season for the Aggies despite concerns at quarterback over the past two seasons. Stowers also worked reps during his redshirt freshman season at tight end for depth purposes.
Before signing with Texas A&M, Stowers was one of the nation’s top quarterback recruits in the 2021 cycle coming out of Denton (TX) Guyer.
DL Marcus Burris
Burris officially announced he would be entering the transfer portal on Monday via his Twitter account. A member of the 2021 recruiting class, Burris redshirted his freshman season and played in just two games this past fall.
Burris will have three years of eligibility remaining.
DB Myles Jones
Jones will have an eligibility year after suffering another season-ending injury just before the start of the new year. A 2017 recruit from Magnolia, Jones has played two games in two years.
In six seasons, Jones recorded 124 tackles, six tackles for loss, four interceptions and 29 pass deflections.
DB Brian George
George joined the Aggies in 2020 as a junior college transfer. A two-year starter for Highland Community College, George played in 19 games during his three seasons in Aggieland.
George recorded 23 total tackles and one interception.
OL PJ Williams
DL Dallas Walker
DB Denver Harris
QB Haynes King
King was named the starter at the beginning of the 2021 and 2022 seasons by head coach Jimbo Fisher, but was unable to finish either season with the QB1 title.
In 2021, King’s season was lost early after he suffered an injury during the team’s 10-7 win over Colorado in Denver.
Zach Calzada took over the starting job for the remainder of that season.
In 2022, King lost his job twice, first to Max Johnson after a loss to Appalachian State, and then to true freshman Conner Weigman after the team’s Columbia loss to South Carolina.
King was injured during the game against the Gamecocks, with Weigman taking over and remaining the true starter for the rest of the season.
TO Blake Smith
DL Tunmise Adeleye
WR Chase Lane
“I plan to be in Aggieland this coming spring semester to complete my master’s degree, as this is a goal I have set out to achieve. I look forward to the next chapter in my life, and I am honored to say that this chapter has come to a end. Thanks & Gig ‘Em”
Lane finishes his Aggies career with 48 catches for 617 yards and two touchdowns in 24 games, averaging 12.9 yards per catch.
His best season came in 2020, when he had 29 catches for 409 yards, and both of his touchdowns.
K Caden Davis
Davis was the primary starter for the Aggies this season, starting 56 times for 3,577 yards, with 47 touchdowns.
He also attempted six extra points, making all six, and was 1-for-3 on field goal attempts. His field goal was from 40 yards out.
Davis finishes his Aggies career hitting just 1 of 4 field goal attempts.
RB LJ Johnson Jr.
A native of Cypress, Johnson joined the 12th Man as a member of the 2021 recruiting class. As a freshman, the 5-10, 210-pound running back saw action in four games, recording 21 carries for 76 yards. Last season, Johnson completed 10 carries for 39 yards and scored two touchdowns.
Expected to be the change-of-pace runner for A&M this season, Johnson moved up the depth chart from the No. RB. 2 in RB no. 4 midway through the season in favor of Amari Daniels and Le’Veon Moss. Johnson did not play after the Aggies’ 30-24 loss to South Carolina in mid-October.
LB Former Harris
Harris never played a snap in 2022, but he understood the future of the Aggies’ defensive line corps.
While playing at Pilot Point Harris impressed recruits on both offense and defense. He earned district MVP honors on the offensive side of the ball after rushing for 1,788 yards and 18 touchdowns on 26 carries while also recording 44 tackles and seven defensive tackles.
EDGE Elijah Jewdy
EDGE Donnell Harris Jr.
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