Washington state wide receiver Jamir Calvin announced his transfer to the state of Mississippi on Twitter Saturday night. In a tweet, which included a graphic of him after the Maroon Bulldogs jersey, he revealed the decision.
Woe to The Wait, Calvin said in the caption of the tweet, has a peace signing emoji.
Calvin met with second-year MSU head coach Mike Leach, who had previously led the WSU (2012-1) from the Packer-12 Cougar to the SEC Bulldogs. After initially engaging a pair – Oregon State (January 7, 2017) and Nebraska (January 27, 2017) – Calvin finally signed a four-star rendezvous from Los Angeles with Washington State in Los Angeles on February 1, 2017. Cathedral in the 2017 class of combination 247Sports of industrial production.
I’ve seen a lot of five-star boys and top-tier boys come out of high school and produce the next level, Calvin said on May 24, 201, on USA Today High School Sports. High school rankings have a lot of real talent and more circulation than sports. And many low-ranked and unranked kids seem to be more advanced and prosperous at the next level than rank kids.
Don’t get me wrong, although the best employers survive the hype. Most people don’t do that and it shows who was really good and who was just over the top.
As the No. 317 overall prospect for the 247Sports Composite, the No. 45 wide receiver and the No. 35 player in California, Calvin immediately became a pivotal instrument in Leach’s offense. New to the 2017 season, Calvin received 33 300-yard passes (9.1 average) and three touchdowns in 13 games.
He made his freshman year in 2018 with a sophomore promotion for personal best, recording 42 receptions for 497 yards (11.8 average) and a touchdown in 13 games. Calvin relaunched his junior season with a touchdown through 17 receptions and four games for 183 yards (10.8 average) before returning to his fourth-year 2020 campaign in 2019.
In 30 games from 2017-20, Calvin had 92 receptions for 980 yards (10.7 average) and five touchdowns. He announced his intention to enter the NCAA transfer portal on February 12 and officially appeared four days later.
First of all, I would like to thank the Washington State coaches, staff, fans and teachers for what they have done for me over the years, Calvin said.
It has been a great trip and I have had some memorable moments and I will cherish them forever! With these words, I have to do everything possible for myself and my future and I am announcing that I am officially on the transfer portal as a graduate transfer.
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It was one of the hardest decisions I ever made. I’m in the city of Pullman and all the people and fans who supported my teammate and me … I will always be a couple!