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Oklahoma Wide Receiver Kameel Jackson Transferring To Texas A&M

Texas A&M picks up former four-star wide receiver Kameel Jackson who has decided to transfer from Oklahoma to be able to play closer to home.

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The Texas A&M Aggies picked up wide receiver Kameel Jackson who played only one season with the Oklahoma Sooners and has decided on transferring to Texas A&M to play under former Oklahoma co-offensive coordinator Kevin Sumlin. Jackson played in 11 games as a true freshman while starting two games and caught 12 passes for 165 yards in 2011.

He was to move into the starting lineup for his sophomore year but he was passed on the depth chart by fellow Trey Metoyer who had a great spring practice, and when Jackson did not play in the spring game it caused rumors to come out about him being unhappy as well as being home sick.

Jackson will have to sit out the obligatory one-year for transferring and will be eligible to suit up for Texas A&M in 2013.

For more on this move go visit I am the 12th Man for the Texas A&M and Crimson and Cream Machine for an Oklahoma perspective.

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