Kalvin Cline Transferring To Texas A&M From Virginia Tech

    Kalvin Cline is transferring to Texas A&M from Virginia Tech. He announced his decision on Instagram on Sunday.

    March 1, 2016

    Redshirt sophomore tight end Kalvin Cline has decided to transfer from Virginia Tech to Texas A&M.

    He posted the announcement on his Instagram account on Sunday.

    “Couldn’t be more thankful for my time at Virginia Tech. It’s been an amazing 3 years and Hokie Nation has a special place in my heart. It was truly an honor to play for a legend like Frank Beamer and I wish nothing but the best for my teammates this up coming season. But after I graduate in May I will be finishing my last 2 years of eligibility at Texas A&M. Can’t wait to do big things at College station and see the 12th man light up the stadium! Gig’em Aggies.”

    Per NCAA rules, he’ll be eligible to play immediately as a graduate transfer, which has to be music to the ears of the Texas A&M coaching staff. The tight end position is one of real need for the Aggies, who just lost former 4-star end Jordan Davis to transfer.

    Cline had a standout freshman season, catching 26 passes for 321 yards and two touchdowns. However, the following two seasons weren’t so kind to him. He battled injuries, resulting in just four more catches for 41 yards in 2014 and 2015.

    Cline will have two years of eligibility in College Station.

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