Texas A&M football transfer portal departures: Where are they now?

With the spring portal window nearly over, we're taking a look at those who have already departed Texas A&M football and seeing how they've ended up.
Oregon wide receiver Evan Stewart attempts to avoid defensive back Solomon Davis during practice
Oregon wide receiver Evan Stewart attempts to avoid defensive back Solomon Davis during practice / Ben Lonergan/The Register-Guard / USA
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Tracking where each Texas A&M football portal entrant ended up after transferring

Much has been made of Texas A&M football's outgoing transfer portal players over the past two seasons. The Aggies were the subject of ridicule following the 2022 season, with those presupposing the class was bought excited to see the stars depart.

With some, they were right, but just a year off. With most, however, they were incorrect. The lion's share of the biggest contributors from that cycle—Conner Weigman, Bryce Anderson, Shemar Stewart, and others—still remain in College Station.

The fact of the matter is that most of the players who have departed Texas A&M football for the portal were not big time contributors. We tracked that extensively with the first year of this talking point—of all the players to leave directly after the 2022 season, only one of them recorded a statistic in the final game of that year, with Andre White Jr. registering one tackle.

But has that remained the case in this 2023 window? There are two transfers that jump to mind that many thought of as huge blows to this Aggie team, which we will be sure to get into, but how devastating was the portal to the Aggies, really?

Before we get into the list in earnest, a bit of housekeeping. There are, at the time of writing, eight outgoing transfers from the spring window, none of which have yet decided on a destination. They are:

FB Jerry Johnson III
OT Colton Thomasson
C Bryce Foster
K Ethan Moczulski
OL Derrick Graham
CB Sam McCall
S Jacoby Mathews
LB Alex Howard

Of these eight, five had spent one year or less with Texas A&M football, with some of them only having been on campus for a few months. It's fair to say that none of those were high-impact guys for the Aggies, and those who were—Foster and Mathews—were not decisions primarily motivated by the player, if you believe the reporting.

All that said, let’s take a look at where each of the portal entries from Texas A&M football ended up and how they are faring so far.