SEC Football Morning Coffee: Kameel Jackson Could Be Transferring to Texas A&M

Barrett Sallee@BarrettSalleeSEC Football Lead WriterMay 7, 2012

Texas A&M WR Kameel Jackson
Texas A&M WR Kameel JacksonBrett Deering/Getty Images

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Texas A&M already got running back Brandon Williams to transfer from Oklahoma earlier this offseason, and now wide receiver Kameel Jackson will be following him to College Station, according to Jackson's Twitter feed.

However, according to SoonerScoop.com, Texas A&M is unaware of the transfer.

Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson may have a date with the Manning Passing Academy, according to Chris Bahn of ArkansasSports360.com.

Desmond Connor of the Hartford Courant reports that Florida linebacker Graham Stewart is transferring to UConn.

Derek Dooley is 11-14 as the head coach at Tennessee, where season ticket sales are down for the third straight year, according to David Climer of The Tennessean.

Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution thinks that departing Georgia president Michael Adams should rename Sanford Stadium in honor of former Bulldog head coach Vince Dooley.

Robert Nkemdiche, the nation's No. 1 overall prospect in the class of 2013, will delay his college decision, according to Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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