Texas A&M, whose tight ends caught a combined 12 passes in the past three seasons, is adding a tight end to its 2018 roster. And he’s coming from the school that now employs Kevin Sumlin as coach.
Arizona grad transfer Trevor Wood announced Wednesday via Twitter that he would become an Aggie.
— Trevor Wood (@t_wood_8) February 28, 2018
His former school didn’t throw to its tight ends all that much, either, as Wood – a former three-star prospect in the 2014 recruiting class from the Phoenix area – caught just nine passes in his Arizona career.
Wood (6 feet 6, 255 pounds) also played some defensive end last season, and brings size and blocking ability. A&M is moving from Sumlin’s spread attack to more of a pro-style system under new coach Jimbo Fisher.
The leading returning tight end on A&M’s roster is sophomore Aaron Hansford, who is a 6-3, 230-pounder; he had three catches last season.
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