Former Texas CB Bryson Echols transferring to Arizona State

The Texas Longhorns’ list of transfers continues to grow this offseason as a fourth player has announced a move. The latest Longhorn to leave the team is cornerback Bryson Echols, who will be moving on from the program as a graduate transfer. .

Echols took to Twitter to announce his transfer to the PAC-12’s Arizona State for the 2016 season. He will be eligible to play immediately for the Sun Devils after obtaining his degree from Texas.

Echols joins safety Adrian Colbert, center Jake Raulerson and linebacker Dalton Santos as players that have transferred out of Austin this offseason. He play three seasons for the Longhorns, mostly seeing time on special teams.

Bryson Echols was a four-star member of the Longhorns’ 2012 recruiting class. He played in 32 games during his career with the team and recorded 31 tackles during his career.

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