Jordan Davis’s transfer leaves Texas A&M with no scholarship TE’s

If you thought things could get worse for the Texas A&M Aggies with their offense for the 2016 season, you would be right. Both starting quarterbacks, Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray, announced transfers before the team’s Music City Bowl game and now they will likely be hurting for some help in the passing game.

Tight end Jordan Davis announced he would be transferring out for the 2016 season on Twitter Wednesday evening. He was one of the few tight ends left on the roster for the season.

The rising sophomore only caught two passes for seven yards, one of those going for a touchdown, during the 2015 season. However, he was expected to be a big part of their offense after seniors Brandon Alexander and Caden Smith exhausted their eligibility.

This leaves the team in a predicament as they have zero scholarship tight ends for the 2016 season. It looks like they could be pretty desperate for players as one SB Nation editor joked about students coming to try out.

The team does have two freshmen tight ends listed on their roster, but neither have been given a scholarship. If one of the two steps up, which they likely will have to, over the summer, they could be landing themselves a scholarship for the 2016 season.

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