Former Texas A&M, Indiana receiver Camron Buckley commits to Jackson State

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Camron Buckley, a wide receiver who began his college career at Texas A&M and most recently played at Indiana, has announced that he's transferring to Jackson State.

"I've been blessed to have had the opportunity to start at 2 Power 5 programs, played and produced in one of the best college football programs and atmospheres," Buckley wrote on his Instagram page Sunday. "But, for my last year of college ball I will be a part of actual change not just in a program but in college football period with coaches I trust and will demand and bring the best out of me in front of another great college football fanbase Jackson State. I Bel1eve."

Buckley entered the transfer portal on Monday. He played in only two games this season, making three catchers for 20 yards.

He missed the 2020 season with a torn ACL.

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The 6-foot-2, 198-pound Buckley was rated as a three-star receiver coming out of Cedar Hill (Texas). He has 65 catches for 897 yards and four touchdowns in his career.

The Tigers also have a commitment from three-star receiver James Fortien.

This article originally appeared on Mississippi Clarion Ledger: Camron Buckley announces he will transfer from Indiana to Jackson State

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