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Texas A&M Football

Nick Harvey to transfer away from Texas A&M, pursue Master's degree

March 12, 2018

Cornerback Nick Harvey, who missed all of last season and struggled in 2016, announced via Twitter on Monday that he is transferring to pursues his Master's degree at another university.

Harvey did not reveal where he was transferring. He also did not reveal whether he planned to play football as a graduate transfer.

He indicated in his tweet that he’s already earned a Bachelor’s degree. He was majoring in University Studies with a concentration in agriculture and life sciences, and he will graduate in May.

A four-star recruit out of Travis High School in Richmond, Harvey contemplated transferring to Oklahoma in 2015.

However, he opted to stay at A&M and won a starting job in 2016.

That season he started 12 games and led the Aggies with 10 passes broken up and was fourth on the team in tackles. He also returned a punt 73 yards for a touchdown.

But he frequently struggled as part of an A&M defense that ranked 91st in the nation in passing defense.

Harvey sustained a knee injury in the 2017 spring football game and was unable to play last season.

Harvey completes his A&M career with 109 tackles, 14 passes broken up, one interception and one fumble recovery.

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