RB Aaron Green Transferring to TCU

Not the news I wanted to share about the former 4* back, but it is the news. After redshirting during the transfer year, Green will have 3 to play 3 the same way that Lache Seastrunk did for Baylor. Because I am a man who looks at things half-full, I choose to believe that this could potentially help Baylor land a RB recruit ... no, I'd rather still have Green. He's a great runner and, assuming that Garry Patterson doesn't move him to the defensive backfield, TCU's offense will be better for having him. That is not a good thing.

Another transfer to keep an eye on is Michigan WR Darryl Stonum. He redshirted this year for the Wolverines in order to graduate with a year of eligibility left and is rumored to be looking at Baylor as a potential destination. Post-graduate transfers are eligible to play immediately (Remember Kirby Freeman's 1 quarter as Baylor's pre-RG3 starting QB? No? Neither do I.), and the 6-2, 195 lb. former 4* WR could find himself a home in Art Briles' offense. We should know more about that shortly; Stonum has indicated on his twitter account that he will make his destination known soon. The only thing to keep an eye on with Stonum is a relatively checkered past. Briles and company would have to decide if Stonum truly has matured since his troubles earlier this year.

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