Ex-Trojans WR McCoy transferring to Tennessee

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Former USC receiver Bru McCoy is transferring to Tennessee, he announced Tuesday on social media.

McCoy had entered the college football transfer portal for a 3rd time in January.

McCoy, 21, didn’t play a snap at USC throughout the 2021 season after he was arrested in July on suspicion of violating California Penal Code Part 273.5(a), which covers home violence towards a partner or different cohabitant. On the time, McCoy was launched on $50,000 bond.

In August, the Los Angeles District Legal professional’s workplace declined to file legal expenses in opposition to McCoy. USC, which performed its personal Title IX investigation, didn’t reinstate McCoy and didn’t enable him to take part in staff actions final season.

As a redshirt freshman in 2020, McCoy caught 21 passes for 236 yards and two touchdowns in six video games.

Within the spring of 2019, McCoy, the top-ranked athlete in his recruiting class, enrolled early at USC after graduating from Mater Dei Excessive College in Santa Ana, California.

Following Kliff Kingsbury’s sudden departure to the NFL shortly after USC employed him as offensive coordinator, McCoy transferred to Texas. He participated in spring practices there earlier than ultimately transferring again to USC in June.

Data from ESPN’s Kyle Bonagura was included on this report.

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