It appears Arizona State wide receiver Jordan Kerley is entering the transfer portal and looking to play elsewhere.
2019 3-star WR Jordan Kerley has entered the transfer portal after grabbing 6 rec for 81 yards as a true freshman last season; he opted out in 2020 @rivalsmike @RivalsWoody @DevilsDigest https://t.co/CfrC8Zsq6U— NCAA Transfer Portal (@RivalsPortal) November 12, 2020
Just prior to the beginning of the season, Kerley elected to opt out of the 2020 season. The move to transfer doesn’t come as the biggest surprise considering some of the freshmen talent that the ASU wide receiver core has brought in, including four-star freshmen Johnny Wilson and LV Bunkley-Shelton.
Originally from McNeil High School in Austin, Texas, Kerley signed his letter of intent with the Sun Devils in December 2018, electing ASU over Baylor, TCU, SMU, and Arizona.
He had six receptions, 81 yards, and no touchdowns last year as a freshman. Though, Kerley’s best performance came in week three against Colorado when he produced 59 yards receiving.
With his earlier opt-out, Kerley didn’t report to the team this fall.