Former Auburn WR finds new home at in-state school

After spending one season on the Plains, one former Auburn wide receiver is making a move to be closer to home.

Dazalin Worsham, who was a part of the 2022 roster after transferring in from Miami, has announced that he will be staying in-state, and will transfer to UAB. Worsham is a native of Trussville, and will now play college football 15 miles away from his hometown.

In his lone season at Auburn, Worsham was used sparingly. He reeled in one catch for eight yards against Arkansas on Oct. 29 and returned a total of four punts for 25 yards. According to Pro Football Focus, Worsham took part in 51 plays during the season and ended the season with a grade of 65.8.

Worsham becomes the fifth Auburn player to find a home since entering the transfer portal, and the second to make the move to UAB. Earlier this month, CB A.D. Diamond announced that he would also be playing for the Blazers.

Other players to find homes include Zach Calzada (Incarnate Word), trey lindsey (Albany), and Keiondre Jones (Florida State).


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Story originally appeared on Auburn Wire