Texas A&M running back Jashaun Corbin is transferring and will enroll at Florida State, he posted on Twitter on Saturday morning.
Corbin is a native of Rockledge, Fla. He had 35 carries for 137 yards and a touchdown in 2019 but played in just two games due to a hamstring injury and could be eligible to play for the Seminoles in 2020 if he earns a waiver. It’s also likely that Corbin will qualify for a medical hardship for the 2019 season.
As a true freshman in 2018, Corbin ran for 346 yards and a touchdown on 61 carries.
The 6-foot, 210-pound Corbin had initially considered attending FSU before choosing to go to Texas A&M and play for coach Jimbo Fisher.
Corbin provides immediate help for FSU at tailback. The Seminoles will lose Cam Akers to the NFL Draft and the status for 2020 of Khalan Laborn and Anthony Grant remains uncertain. Laborn was suspended for the Florida game and recently had knee surgery, while Grant did not play last fall.
FSU signed four-star tailback Lawrance Toafili of Pinellas Park, Fla., during the early signing period.