Cayleb Jones announced his decision to transfer from Texas on Wednesday, and despite some outstanding legal issues, he immediately becomes one of the most sought-after free agents in college football.
Jones earned ignominy when he was arrested and charged with felony assault in March. He allegedly punched a UT tennis player that was dating his ex-girlfriend, and though the charges were reduced to a misdemeanor, the incident still earned him a one-game suspension to start the season.
Instead, he opted to transfer, and Texas granted him his unconditional release, according to ESPN.com.
That means he can join any program he desires—and there are sure to be plenty of suitors.