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 Texas A&M football portal departures: Lower-level transfers

In this section, we'll cover transfers who left A&M and ended up at schools in the Group of Five. Maybe this distinction needs to be updated in the face of conference realignment, but for simplicity's sake, we won't include the Big 12 in this section.

Fernando Garza III. 2480. . Fernando Garza III. Sam Houston State Bearkats. player. FERNANDOGARZA. . . TE

Garza played mostly as a blocking TE for the Aggies, but there was a distinct group of fans that was high on his eventual impact as a pass-catcher. That never materialized with A&M, and he has now moved on to Sam Houston. He will be a part of their first few teams to compete at the FBS level after the Bearkats recently made a move to jump up a level.

2277. Charlotte 49ers. Jordan Spasojevic-Moko. JORDANMOKO. . player. Jordan Spasojevic-Moko. OL. .

Moko was another lower-rated guy that a certain group of Aggies were very high on. A three-star out of Australia, the Aggie faithful thought they had found a diamond in the rough with Moko. He played sparingly, and an injury relegated him to the bench. Some off-the-field issues materialized that led to him stepping away from the team, and he eventually transferred, ending up in Charlotte.

. player. . Arkansas State Red Wolves. . DL. 2294. MICAIAH. Micaiah Overton. Micaiah Overton

Micaiah, the older brother of LT, transferred into College Station alongside his brother, who came in from high school. He came from Liberty and was a three-star pickup. He saw limited time for Texas A&M football, and never really pushed for a starting spot.

KENTROBINSON. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. . Kent Robinson. 2192. . . Kent Robinson. CB. player

Kent Robinson, aka the legend of the 2022 spring game, was a former walk-on who has played his way into a scholarship role. In this way, this is a portal success: Robinson wasn't going to get a shot here behind guys like Tyreek Chappell, BJ Mayes, and others, so he used the portal to find the situation that was right for him.

SMU Mustangs. . CB. DEUCEHARMON. Deuce Harmon. Deuce Harmon. 453. . player.

Deuce made the move to head closer to home after a couple of years in College Station. He played off and on, and had really seemed to begin to put things together in the first half of 2023, but injury and physical limitations made things rough on him later on. I think he'll do well in Dallas.