Report: Texas A&M RB Jashaun Corbin enters NCAA transfer portal
Texas A&M RB Jashaun Corbin played in only 2 games in 2019 before suffering a season-ending hamstring injury.
Freshman Isaiah Spiller stepped up in his absence, running for 869 yards and 9 touchdowns and adding 207 yards as a receiver.
Now, it appears Spiller will have to continue to be the guy in 2020 and beyond, as it was reported on Monday that Corbin was entering the NCAA transfer portal:
Source: Texas A&M running back Jashaun Corbin has entered the transfer portal.
Was the team’s starting running back before suffering a season-ending injury.
— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) December 16, 2019
That’s a tough loss for the Aggies, as big things were expected from Corbin heading into the 2019 season. He was a Florida State commit (and a Florida native) before following Jimbo Fisher to Texas A&M.
Will he head back to the Seminoles? Or, will he follow a new path? That remains to be seen, and it is also possible he could decide to remain in College Station.