Texas A&M tight end Glenn Beal enters NCAA transfer portal for the second time
There may not be an offense in the Southeastern Conference that uses the tight end as consistently and productively as Jimbo Fisher’s Texas A&M offense.
Despite the heavy use of the tight end position in College Station, that hasn’t stopped Glenn Beal from once again entering his name into the NCAA transfer portal.
The Louisiana native previously entered the transfer database back in December but made the decision to return to the Aggies. Now it appears he will once again explore his options elsewhere after once again entering the transfer portal.
During his time in College Station, Beal has appeared in four games, making five catches for 21 yards. While he was only rated as a three-star coming out of John Curtis High School in New Orleans, Beal was a coveted recruit around the SEC before he decided to sign with the Aggies.
Alabama, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss and Tennessee all recruited Beal during the 2018 recruiting cycle.
As always, it must be noted that just because a player enters the transfer portal, that does not mean they cannot return. Entering the portal simply allows for other coaches and programs to reach out to the player in regards to a potential transfer.