Veteran Texas A&M receiver Roshauud Paul enters NCAA transfer portal
It appears Roshauud Paul’s time in College Station may soon be coming to an end.
That’s because the junior receiver has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal. This news was first reported by Matt Zenitz of AL.com.
Of course, it must be noted that just because a player has entered the NCAA transfer portal doesn’t mean that the player is leaving the program. This move simply allows other programs to contact Paul regarding a potential transfer.
During his three seasons in College Station, Paul has 23 catches for 268 yards for the Aggies with his main contribution to the program coming in the return game. Paul has 34 punt returns for 353 yards during his three seasons on campus. He finished with the most punt returns and fifth-most punt return yards in the SEC back in 2018.
Paul appeared in only four games this season for the Aggies after appearing in 13 his sophomore season. The former three-star recruit was named 2016 Mr. Texas Football after leading Bremond High School to a 15-0 state championship his senior season in high school.