Report: Texas A&M loses WR with starting experience to NCAA transfer portal
The Texas A&M Aggies were hit hard by opt-outs before the season, and on Monday afternoon, the bad news continued.
Per a report from AL.com’s Matt Zenitz, A&M WR Kam Brown has decided to enter the NCAA transfer portal.
Per Zenitz, Brown has started 4 games for the Aggies this year. He has 5 catches for 55 yards:
Have learned that Texas A&M wide receiver Kam Brown has entered the transfer portal. Has started four games this year.
— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) November 16, 2020
Brown is a redshirt freshman out of Coleyville, Texas. He was a 4-star receiver in the class of 2019.
The Aggies have already had a top receiver opt out, as Jhamon Ausbon opted out before the 2020 season started. Currently, RB Ainias Smith is the team’s leading receiver, with 26 receptions for 312 yards and 5 touchdowns.