Reports: Former Alabama WR Isaiah Bond transfers to Texas

Isaiah Bond

Former Alabama wide receiver Isaiah Bond has transferred to Texas, according to multiple reports.

Bond entered the transfer portal Friday and quickly found a new home with the Longhorns. He was the first Crimson Tide player to enter the transfer portal after Nick Saban announced his retirement.

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According to Pete Thamel of ESPN, Bond’s transfer to Texas was a “business decision.”

The move comes after a season in which Bond led Alabama with 48 receptions. He was the favorite target of quarterback Jalen Milroe, who found Bond for 668 receiving yards and four touchdowns.

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Bond will join a receiving corps at Texas that was led by All-American Xavier Worthy and Adonai Mitchell. Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers announced his decision to return for the 2024 season on Thursday.