The Duvernay era on the Forty Acres is now over.
On Wednesday, reports began surfacing that Texas Longhorns cornerback Donovan Duvernay has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal with the intention of becoming a graduate transfer, according to multiple reports.
The Corporate Communication major is a redshirt junior with one remaining year of eligibility.
With his twin brother, Devin, now off to the NFL after a record-setting season, it’s not surprising to see Donovan move on as well — the 5’9, 195-pounder only appeared in four games during the 2019 season, recording two tackles against Rice. With a host of young players already ahead of Duvernay on the depth chart, he wasn’t projected as a contributor in 2020.
Duvernay appeared in eight career games after signing with Texas as a late addition to the 2016 class following the scandal at Baylor. During the recruiting process, he was considered a consensus three-star prospect and ranked as the No. 881 player nationally and the No. 62 athlete, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.