Texas A&M large receiver Camron Buckley has entered the NCAA switch portal.
The 6-foot-3, 190-pounder, who missed the 2020 season due to a knee harm suffered in fall camp, made the announcement through twitter Wednesday afternoon.
“I’ve loved my 4 years as an Aggie however after cautious consideration I’ve determined to enter the switch portal as a graduate switch,” Buckley mentioned. “I’m strolling by religion and trusting God.”
Buckley for his profession had 62 receptions for 877 yards with 4 touchdowns. His greatest season was as a sophomore in 2018, making 34 catches for 474 yards with a landing. He adopted that up with solely 11 catches for 121 yards with no touchdowns.
Despite the fact that Buckley missed the 2020 common season with an harm, he suited up for the Orange Bowl and took half in pregame actions, however didn’t play. The day after the Aggies defeated North Carolina within the recreation, Buckley introduced he would return for the 2021 season, benefiting from the additional season the NCAA granted all winter sport athletes due to COVID-19.
Buckley, who took half in spring drills, didn’t have a reception in Saturday’s Maroon & White Sport. The Maroon’s Chase Lane and the White’s Jalen Preston every had six receptions to tempo the seven large receivers who did have catches within the Maroon’s 23-6 victory.