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Booted A&M DB headed to the JUCO ranks

Kameron Miles

Following an abrupt — and presumably temporary — end to his FBS career, Kameron Miles has decided to drop down a few rungs on the football ladder in an effort to get that career back on track.

ESPN.com‘s Sam Kahn Jr. is reporting that the defensive back has decided to transfer to Butler (Kan.) Community College.  Miles will begin classes there in July and, barring a setback, play football for the JUCO school.

Miles was dismissed by Texas A&M earlier this month for violating unspecified team rules.  Rivals.com, however, reported that Miles was dismissed after he was involved in a theft.

“My actions (do) not reflect my character, I made a mistake and I accept full responsibility & the consequences of my actions, Aggie always,” Miles wrote in Twitter apology at the time, “I want to issue an apology to Coach (Kevin) Sumlin & the coaching staff, teammates, my family, WMHS for my misjudgment & the mistake I made.”

A four-star member of the Aggies’ 2013 recruiting class, Miles was rated as the No. 13 safety in the country coming out of high school in Mesquite, Tex.  Miles redshirted as a true freshman, but was expected to compete for significant playing time before he was given the boot.

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4 Responses to “Booted A&M DB headed to the JUCO ranks”
  1. goodfieldnohit says: Mar 25, 2014 8:06 AM

    His new team mates need to keep an eye on their valuables, since he was booted from A&M for stealing his team mate’s property right out of the locker room.

  2. 8to80texansblog says: Mar 25, 2014 9:51 AM

    I hope that for his own sake that his twitter apology was sincere and this was an aberration for him.

    He continues to pull stunts like that and the next uniform he wears will be orange…. and I don’t mean Ok. St.

  3. ajarkoski says: Mar 25, 2014 3:18 PM

    Temptation is tough to avoid. And many youth do not think of the consequences. It is those that are repeat offenders who deserve derision and calling out. No, I don’t think this is the first time he did this, but he should be given a chance to clean up his act. Maybe a little morality needs to be thrown his way.

  4. goodfieldnohit says: Mar 25, 2014 8:29 PM

    @8to80 -

    do you mean The U?
    ;)

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