After four years with Arizona, big 6-foot-5 tight end Trevor Wood is moving on as a graduate transfer, and it appears that Wood has found his final destination. On Wednesday, Wood announced that he had committed to play for Jimbo Fisher at Texas A&M.
As a graduate transfer, Wood should be eligible immediately for the 2018 season.
Wood, a three-star recruit from the 2014 class, played his true freshman season mostly on special teams and defense for Arizona. After missing a year due to injury, Wood became involved more with the offense, but he was never used as a featured player from the tight end spot. Wood finishes his Arizona career with nine catches for 63 yards and a touchdown.
In an interview with 247Sports, Wood mentioned that he hopes Fisher and A&M will be able to utilize him more in an offensive role.
“I’m looking for more of a pro-style offense, an offense that’s going to utilize the tight end,” he told GigEm247. “I want to go somewhere I can have an impact immediately since I only have one year left.”
Wood is expected to join A&M officially over the summer.