Denver Harris, who played 5 games as a freshman at Texas A&M before entering the transfer portal, will remain in the SEC West. The cornerback on Thursday evening that he would continue his collegiate career at LSU.

Harris was just one key part of Jimbo Fisher’s top-rated 2022 recruiting class. A 5-star signee, he was considered the No. 4 cornerback and the No. 23 player in the country.

He appeared destined to make an immediate impact on the Aggies’ defense, making 14 tackles in 5 games. However, on Oct. 24, he, along with 2 other freshmen on the team, were handed indefinite suspensions for an unnamed locker room incident.

Following the season, Harris was one of a host of Aggie players to enter the transfer portal after an enormously disappointing season that saw A&M go 5-7, including a 2-6 mark in SEC play. Now, Harris will look for a fresh start in Baton Rouge with a Tigers program that appears to be trending in a positive direction following Brian Kelly’s 1st season at the helm.

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