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UW transfer Ty Jones commits to Fresno State

Former Washington wide receiver Ty Jones is heading to the Mountain West Conference. On Friday evening, the 6-foot-4, 200-pound redshirt junior announced his commitment to Fresno State. This comes just two days after Jones revealed that he was entering the NCAA transfer portal and would finish out his college career...
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Washington football’s Ty Jones enters the transfer portal

Washington football is losing their most experienced receiver to the transfer portal. After Washington football pulled in three talented wide receivers during the 2020 recruiting cycle, there were bound to be a few transfers in the room. With a ton of youth and talent in the room, it looks like senior Ty Jones will play out his final years of eligibility elsewhere. With an injury redshirt exemption from the 2019 season, and the free year granted by the NCAA due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Jones has up to two years of college football left to play.
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BREAKING: Ty Jones announces he will enter the transfer portal

On Wednesday, Washington receiver Ty Jones announced via his Twitter account that he would be entering the transfer portal and leaving the UW program. "Where do I begin?" Jones said in his farewell tweet. "I can’t thank you all enough for taking a kid from Provo, Utah in as one of your own and embracing me. While being here, I’ve grown so much as a player and more importantly as a man. I have nothing but respect for the UW Football program, husky nation, and the city of Seattle. I’ve developed relationships here with teammates, mentors, and friends that I will cherish and nurture forever. The memories I’ve made here have been amazing and I thank the coaching staff, medical and training staff, Bart and the equipment staff and of course Socha and the strength and conditioning staff for making it possible. With that being said, I’ve decided to graduate and enter the transfer portal with my remaining eligibility. This definitely won’t be the last time I’m in Seattle but for now this is the right decision for me. Thanks again Husky Nation!"