Redshirt junior tight end Collin Moore has entered the transfer portal, according to RivalsPortal and Sports Illustrated’s CalSportsReport.
The soon-to-be Cal graduate is departing after his most successful season to date. Moore started all 13 games in 2019, a marked increase in playing time after only making an appearance in one game of the Bears’ 2018 campaign. The 6’4″ tight end had just two receptions for 11 yards last season, but one of those receptions was for a touchdown in the Bears’ 35-20 Redbox Bowl win over Illinois.
Moore is the latest tight end to depart from Cal after McCallan Castles transferred during the 2019 regular season. New offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave will work with a position group led by redshirt juniors Jake Tonges, who recorded 13 receptions for 262 yards in 2019 and Gavin Reinwald, who finished last season with 14 receptions for 146 yards. Cal will also welcome a pair of four-star tight end recruits, with D.J. Rogers joining the team’s 2020 class and Jermaine Terry coming to Berkeley in 2021.
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