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Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports
Texas A&M's offensive linemen Bryce Foster and Dorian Hinton, and defensive back Bobby Taylor are no longer on the roster, according to Carter Karels of 247 Sports.

Foster was a three-year starter at center for the Aggies.

According to Karels, none of them are in the NCAA Transfer Portal.
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Foster is certainly the biggest exit among this group. It is worth noting, though, that he remains listed on the online track and field roster. Since coming to A&M, Foster has thrown the shot put for its track and field team. He has been with them throughout this spring, missing all 15 football practices.

In three seasons with the Aggies (2021-23), the 6-foot-5, 330-pound Foster started at center in all 28 games that he played. But A&M seemed ready to replace Foster, landing a verbal commitment from Utah center transfer Kolinu'u Faaiu last Saturday. Redshirt sophomore Mark Nabou Jr. also made a push for the starting job this spring.

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CGSC Lobotomy28 days
"In three seasons with the Aggies (2021-23), the 6-foot-5, 330-pound Foster started at center in all 28 games that he played. "

He also never attended a Spring Practice

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Hoovertigah29 days
Get him!
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TooSober29 days
Nah... we good
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CGSC Lobotomy28 days
Please do. He regressed significantly after his freshman year.
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