Former Alabama Cornerback Announces Transfer Destination
Former Alabama cornerback Khyree Jackson has announced his transfer destination.
The junior is transferring to Oregon, joining former Alabama wide receiver Traeshon Holden.
The Md., native spent two seasons at the Capstone. During his Tide tenure, he saw time in 21 games, recording 14 total tackles (11 solo, three assisted), one tackle for loss for two yards, and two passes defended.
Jackson is one of 14 Crimson Tide players to enter the transfer portal this year, joining Christian Leary, Aaron Anderson, Amari Kight, JoJo Earle, Tommy Brockermeyer, Jacoby Boykins, Javion Cohen, Traeshon Holden, Jack Martin, Trey Sanders, Tanner Bowles, Damieon George, and Braylen Ingraham.
He is also the eighth transfer to announce his new home. Cohen is headed to Miami, Anderson is headed to LSU, Martin is headed to Houston, Leary is headed to Central Florida, Ingraham is transferring to Syracuse, Holden is transferring to Oregon, and Bowles is transferring to Kentucky. The remaining players in the portal have yet to announce their next chapter.
Alabama will take on Kansas State in the 2022 Allstate Sugar Bowl on Saturday, December 31, 2022, at 11 a.m. CT in New Orleans, La. Coverage will be on Tide 100.9 and 95.3 The Bear.