By: Cory Hogue, LoneStarSportsDaily.com
Former Angelo State wide receiver Keke Chism will spend his final year in college football as a graduate transfer at Missouri the former Rams star announced Saturday night on Twitter.
Chism announced last Wednesday on Twitter he was leaving Angelo State and entering the transfer portal.
“It was a huge honor and one of the best moments of my life,” Chism wrote about his time at Angelo State. “My time at Angelo State has truly been a memorable experience. During this journey, I’ve had the opportunity to grow and develop tremendously as a student-athlete, which ultimately molded me into a better man.”
The Daingerfield High School product caught 60 passes for 878 yards and 6 touchdowns in 11 games last season. He was named to the Lone Star Conference First-Team Offense while leading the Rams to an 8-3 record.
The 6-4, 210-pound wide receiver will enter the SEC after posting 2,221 yards during his career at Angelo State which places Chism at sixth on the All-Time career receiving yards list for the Rams.
Chism will be eligible to play immediately for the Tigers as a graduate transfer.