May 19, 2024
Just hours after the Texas A&M Aggies officially fired Jimbo Fisher, one of their up-and-coming freshman receivers, Raymond Cottrell, announced he, too, would be leaving — only setting the tone for what’s likely to come from multiple other players and future commits.
Texas A&M Football: 3 Takeaways after the Ole Miss Loss

And so it begins.

Just a few hours after it was announced that Texas A&M Aggies coach Jimbo Fisher would no longer be leading the program from the sidelines, the transfer portal was once again opened up — and not in a good way.

Yes, the portal has been open and would have remained so regardless, but with Fisher leaving, many of the players he personally recruited will suddenly be faced with a tough task: staying or leaving.

Aggies freshman receiver Raymond Cottrell was the first to make his decision.

“In the realm of collegiate athletics, where opportunities for growth and success abound, I have made the decision to to embark on a new chapter in my journey by hitting the transfer portal,” Cottrell announced via X, formerly known as Twitter. “The choice is not one taken lightly, but God has a plan for me and I can’t wait to see what He has for me.”

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