Grad Transfers Still in Play

Need someone to transform your program? We have grad transfers for you! Here are few grad transfers with Texas ties who might be in play for the roundup schools. Who's into wild speculation? We are here for that.

Kemah Siverand, WR, Texas A&M - Siverand, from Cy Ridge, announced his intention to transfer via Twitter last month. Siverand moved from receiver to defensive back and back again during his A&M career. No word on his final destination. 

Nick Harvey, DB, Texas A&M - The Aggie corner is currently narrowing his decision between Auburn, Arizona, South Carolina, and Tennessee. No in-state options but you never know. UPDATE - Harvey chooses to further his career playing for Will Muschamp and South Caroline. 

Terence Williams, RB, Baylor - Williams, out of Ennis, is a big punishing back who was destined for stardom before the Briles era crashed. In 2016 he was an honorable mention All-Big 12 and averaged 87 yards a game. There's talk that LSU might be in the mix for Williams. 

Gavin Burford, LB, Abilene Christian- Burford is a grad transfer from FCS Abilene Christian. Burford, from Lewisville, started four games in 2016 for the Wildcats. 

Chris James, CB, Illinois - James left West Orange-Stark and went to Illinois, now he's announced he's looking for a new home. James tallied 43 career tackles as a corner for the Illini. 

Winston Dimel, FB, Kansas State - Dimel is the son of current UTEP head coach Dana Dimel. He's leaving K-State and could end up in El Paso with his old man. 

Raelon Singleton, WR, Utah - Singleton went to Utah from Crosby, and now he wants out. He played in 34 games with the Utes, grading 69 receptions. - UPDATE, Singleton is heading home to Houston. 

Jordan Davis, QB, Louisiana-Lafayette - Davis played high school football at Klein Oak and served as the primary backup for Louisiana-Lafayette the past couple of seasons, though he did win the job coming out of fall camp in 2017. An injury knocked him out of that role two-games in. 

Keep an eye out; these decisions should be coming down the pipe soon. 

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