Texas A&M’s season ended less than 24 hours ago, and as such, the inevitable list of transfers has begun. It began with DE Donell Harris on Monday, then DE Elijah Jeudy on Saturday night, and continues on Sunday with word that freshman LB Ish Harris will also transfer.
BREAKING: Texas A&M LB Ish Harris tells me he will enter the Transfer Portal.— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) November 27, 2022
The 6’3 210 LB from Pilot Point, TX was ranked as a Four-Star in the 2022 Class.
He held a total of 18 offers including Oklahoma, Texas, Baylor, Michigan, and others.https://t.co/DI9dC4zvAV pic.twitter.com/f9dng6Yp14
Harris, a three-star LB recruit from Pilot Point, TX, did not see game action in 2022 despite starting LBs Andre White and Edgerrin Cooper missing multiple games due to injury. However, with White and backup Chris Russell both being seniors, it does seem like he might have had a chance to compete for a starting LB spot (or at least crack the two deep) if he had stuck around.
While you never like to see players leaving the program, it’s relevant to point out that none of the three defenders who have announced their transfers recorded a tackle this season. At least so far, these transfers seem to fall into the run of the mill “players looking for playing time” bucket rather than the “sky is falling Jimbo has lost control of the program” variety.