Former Texas A&M sophomore WR Jordan Anthony transfers to Arkansas

Former Texas A&M sophomore wide receiver Jordan Anthony has found his new home in the NCAA Transfer Portal.

Anthony announced his decision via X on Tuesday afternoon to remain in the SEC and play for the Arkansas Razorbacks next season.

The sophomore wideout let all naysayers know while shouting out his beloved mother in the post. Anthony reunites with former Aggies offensive coordinator Bobby Petrino, who returned to Arkansas in the same role following the firing of former Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher.

Per ESPN college football senior writer Pete Thamel, Anthony plans to play football and run track for the Razorbacks. He previously did so at Kentucky before transferring to Bryan-College Station in 2023.

Anthony appeared in four games for the Aggies last year, allowing him to take a redshirt season. He transfers to Arkansas with three years of collegiate eligibility remaining.

The Tylertown High School graduate is 5-foot-10, 160 pounds and was a 4-star recruit coming out of Mississippi in 2022. Anthony entered the portal again on Dec. 23 “due to family health issues.”

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