Texas A&M OL Jordan Moko became the latest Aggie to enter the transfer portal, which was announced on Thursday.
Texas A&M backup OL Jordan Spasojevic-Moko has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal, @GigEm247 has learned.— Carter Karels (@CarterKarels) November 30, 2023
He was suspended indefinitely after being arrested on Sept. 30 via charges of violating a protective order.
Moko’s portal entrance was not unexpected, as he has been suspended from the team since an arrest in September. He joins C Remington Strickland as the two Aggie offensive linemen in the portal. While neither was expected to play a prominent role going forward, losing depth is never ideal (even if it seems to be an inevitability in the portal era). The Aggies have four total players in the portal, including QB Max Johnson and WR Raymond Cottrell.
Moko was a junior college transfer in the Aggies’ 2021 recruiting class. At the time he was ranked as the top JUCO offensive tackle, but moved to the interior during his time at A&M. He appeared in nine games in his three seasons on campus, including two starts in 2022 before suffering a season-ending injury. He has two years of eligibility remaining.