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Former Iowa WR Jacob Bostick has received an offer from Texas A&M

In what has become an everyday occurrence, Texas A&M and head coach Mike Elko have tendered another wide receiver from the transfer portal, as former Iowa pass catcher Jacob Bostick doesn’t consider the Aggies among several other suitors.

Iowa’s offense was by far the worst in the country last season. Bostick barely saw the field without recording a single reception, but that doesn’t diminish his potential contribution to a functional offense in 2024.

A native of Illinois, Bostick was a three-star prospect and one of the top-ranked players in the Midwest. He received nearly two dozen offers before ultimately choosing the Hawkeyes. According to 247Sports recruiting analyst Allen Trieu, Bostick’s size and playing style are similar to that of former Texas A&M standout wide receiver Josh Reynolds, who set numerous records during his three-year career.

After hosting former Auburn WR Ja’Varrius Johnson on Friday, Elko and his staff are still in contact with several high-profile receivers, including former Arizona State WR Elijhah Badger.

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