Freshman wide receiver Tren'Davian Dickson is the latest to announce his intention to transfer from Baylor. The new front-runner for his services might be the Houston Cougars, reports Max Olson. Dickson told ESPN he has already returned home to Navasota, Texas, in the wake of Baylor's sexual assualt scandal.
Last November, Dickson flipped his commitment from Texas to Baylor. He then enrolled at Baylor in January and participated in spring practices. He is one of seven members of the Bears' 2016 class that has opted to leave. Dickson's situation is more complicated than others, notes Olson. Since Dickson has already joined the team, he must sit out the 2016 season, and Baylor has the right to restrict his transfer options.
"The former ESPN 300 recruit said he was told the staff will not permit him to transfer to another Big 12 program," writes Olson.