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NCAA Makes Jashaun Corbin Decision

NCAA Makes Jashaun Corbin Decision

NCAA Makes Jashaun Corbin Decision

The NCAA has made a decision on Jashaun Corbin and his college football future.

Late in 2019, Corbin made the choice to transfer to Florida State. The talented running back is originally from Rockledge, Florida, so the move made sense.

“I’m coming home,” Corbin wrote on December 28.

In the immediate aftermath, some wondered whether he would permitted to play right away for his new team.

This week, we got our answer.

Yes.

According to Bruce Feldman, Corbin has received a waiver to play immediately. After participating in just two outings for Texas A&M this past year, the youngster will get a chance to prove himself in a brand new system.

“FSU RB Jashaun Corbin, a transfer from #TAMU, has been granted a transfer waiver allowing for immediate eligibility in the 2020 season,” Feldman tweeted.

“The redshirt sophomore appeared in 14 games at Texas A&M and totaled 1,025 all-purpose yards.”

Corbin came out of high school as the eighth best all-purpose back in the nation. With Cam Akers heading to the NFL this offseason, it will be interesting to see if Corbin can naturally slide into that role.

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