Former Texas A&M tight end Baylor Cupp made his decision after entering the transfer portal. Cupp announced on Instagram he committed to Texas Tech on Tuesday. Earlier in the day, 247Sports analyst and prospect evaluator Clint Brewster logged a Crystal Ball prediction for Cupp, saying he was trending towards the Red Raiders. Cupp made it official on social media, and thanked the Texas A&M program for his time with the team.

“As I start a new path on my journey I want (to) thank my teammates, coaches and Texas A&M University for the last three years, the opportunities, experiences and lessons learned,” Cupp wrote on Instagram. “It’s very special to be an Aggie and be part of the Aggie family! It has been a very difficult decision but through prayer and careful consideration I am confident about the direction I have (chosen). I will never forget my time here at Texas A&M and the relationships I have made. A&M is very special to me and I’m very grateful (for) being an Aggie! Now it’s time for me to move my focus on to the next chapter! I will be continuing my education and football future at Texas Tech University! I look forward to a fresh start and I commit to do everything to the best of my ability! I’m grateful for this opportunity and I’m very excited about being a Red Raider!! #gunsup #agtg.”

Cupp entered the NCAA transfer portal March 30 before Texas A&M completed spring practice. The tight end received a 247Sports transfer grade of 88.