Report: Texas A&M linebacker Jurrientè Davis enters transfer portal for third time

Texas A&M graduate student linebacker Jurrientè Davis has reportedly recorded a hat trick by entering the NCAA Transfer Portal for the third time in his career.

Per 247Sports national college football reporters Chris Hummer & Matt Zenitz, Davis entered the portal on Tuesday afternoon. After playing only three games for the Aggies, he took a redshirt season in 2023 and maintains one year of eligibility remaining.

Davis tallied four tackles for Texas A&M in a 52-10 season-opening win against New Mexico on Sept. 2. He played the following week at Miami but did not make an impact on the stat sheet. The well-traveled linebacker added two tackles during a 47-3 win against the University of Louisiana at Monroe on Sept. 16.

JD is 6-foot-1 and 235 pounds and graduated from Dudley High School in Greensboro, N.C. He began his career at Hutchinson Community College, transferred to Middle Tennesee in 2021 and played for coach Deion “Prime Time” Sanders at Jackson State in 2022.

Contact/Follow us @AggiesWire on X and like our page on Facebook to follow ongoing coverage of Texas A&M news, notes and opinions. Follow Shaun on Twitter: @Shaun_Holkko.

Story originally appeared on Aggies Wire