Texas A&M's football program could be on the verge of adding some serious talent to its wide receiver corps.
According to a report by 247 Sports, Derrick Griffin, a former five-star wide receiver who attends Texas Southern, might be eligible to transfer out of the Houston college and play immediately at the school of his choosing this fall.
Griffin, a former Texas A&M commit, never signed a national letter of intent at Texas Southern; he enrolled as a normal student. So, he has four years of eligibility left and should be able to play right away, after making good grades this past year.
The 6-foot-6, 216-pound wideout vaguely addressed the report on Twitter this afternoon.
Griffin would be a major addition to any program. According to 247 Sports, Texas A&M is his first choice but Miami and TCU are also interested.