UCF running back Cordarrian Richardson is transferring to Texas A&M, according to multiple reports.
Richardson originally told the Memphis Commerical Appeal in January he was going to transfer to Texas A&M.
Those plans seemed off when Richardson played in UCF's spring game.
The Orlando Sentinel reported Richardson was part of three running backs receiving a majority of carries in UCF's spring game.
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On Wednesday night, Richardson, a former 4-star prospect from Memphis (Tenn.) Trezevant, spoke to 247Sports about his transfer plan.
"I'm going to be at Texas A&M this summer. I'll be there sometime in June," Richardson told 247Sports.
Richardson played as a true freshman during UCF's undefeated 2017 season. He rushed for 161 yards on 45 carries with two touchdowns.
Last year's leading rusher, Adrian Killins, is back this season as well as several other running back options.
Richardson was Tennessee's Mr. Football for the 2016 season, and he ran for more than 5,000 yards in his high school career.