The Arizona State football team is set to lose starting corner back Kareem Orr ahead of the 2017 season.
This week, Orr took to social media to announce “issues that have occurred over the past weeks” have led to his decision to transfer from the Sun Devils to an FCS program.
Orr will resume his career at Tennessee-Chattanooga.
The former three-star recruit and Freshman All-American announced his decision in a statement.
After thanking his coaches, Orr wrote, “With that being said, due to the issues that have occurred over the past weeks, I will be transferring from ASU and continuing my journey at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. GOD is truly good and I thank him for everything he has done for me and this new opportunity.
“Thank you once again ASU for everthing it has truly been a blessing as well.”
Thank you ASU.. pic.twitter.com/W4jXfjl3kD
— Kareem Orr #2️⃣ (@ReemKnows1) May 30, 2017
During his freshman campaign, Orr recorded a school record six interceptions. Last season, the 5-foot-11 defensive back picked off one pass.
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