Longhorns Daily News: Just In Another Top Talented Texas Longhorns Star Confirm He Wants To Leave

Texas transfers a defensive back to TCU.
After spring football camp, TCU lost two defensive backs to the transfer portal; however, late on Tuesday night, a suitable replacement was discovered. Austin Jordan, a Texas transfer defensive back, revealed on social media that he was moving to Fort Worth. Jordan, a former Denton Ryan High School top-150 prospect, is back closer to home, where he should be able to participate in team drills with the Horned Frogs.

Jordan participated in all 13 games in 2022, primarily as a special teams player, and recorded seven tackles, two of which came against Alabama. Jordan played special teams most of the 12 games he saw in the previous season for the Longhorns, but he did intercept his first pass against Rice and return a blocked extra point against Iowa State for two points. At six feet and 198 pounds, Jordan is a solid size and should be able to provide TCU depth and assistance on special teams.

The two defensive backs who entered the gateway following the spring were Champ Lewis and Dre Seldon. Seldon played a lot of nickel while Lewis was an outside corner. Jordan was a nickel back for the Longhorns, save from special teams. However, he fell behind in the rotation and will now look to take on more responsibility at TCU.


Jordan joins James Brockermeyer, a transfer from Alabama, and Hakeem Ajijolaiya, a defensive lineman from Houston, as the third transfer that TCU has signed during the spring window.

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