Washington WR entering transfer portal as graduate after 4 years with Huskies
After 4 years at Washington, Taj Davis is looking to continue his college football career elsewhere. The veteran wide receiver announced Friday that he is entering the NCAA transfer portal with 2 remaining seasons of eligibility.
Davis took to Instagram to thank Husky Nation for the memories. He wrote the following in a posted note:
“After heavy thought & prayer and conversations with my family, I have decided to enter the transfer portal with 2 years of eligibility left. I am nothing but thankful for my time here at UW. Blood, sweat and tears have been given to this university. I want to thank my brothers for making being part of this program an amazing experience. I am grateful for the opportunity, the memories and many relationships I was able to build… They will last with me forever! To Husky Nation, thank you for making this place special. Thank you for respecting my decision. As always, Go Dawgs”
Davis was in Washington for 4 seasons but only played in 2 for the Huskies. He redshirted in 2019 and then opted out of the COVID-impacted 2020 season. Over the past 2 season, he made 24 appearances, recording 47 catches for 606 yards and 4 touchdowns.
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