UCLA Football Recruiting: Texas A&M's Kam Brown Transferring to UCLA
A former UCLA commit, the 4* wide receiver will be coming to Westwood.
After committing to UCLA back in 2016 but ultimately ending up at Texas A&M, wide receiver Kam Brown has decided to leave the Aggies and join the Bruins.
Brown originally committed to UCLA back in 2017 even though he would have been a part of UCLA’s 2019 recruiting class. Ultimately, Brown changed course and ended up playing for Texas A&M in the 2019 and 2020 seasons.
As a true freshman, Brown played in three games and tallied two receptions for 19 yards. This year, Brown played in four games for the Aggies, making five receptions for 55 yards. He was a four-star recruit out of high school, and high quality receivers are something UCLA can definitely use to improve the offense going forward.
When he comes to UCLA, Brown will have four years of eligibility NCAA rules when he enrolls due to the fact that he did not play more than four games in 2019 and the fact that the NCAA is giving all student-athletes an extra year of eligibility due to COVID-19.
Welcome (back) to Westwood, Kam!