Former KU O-lineman Cam Durley transfers to Tennessee State

Kansas offensive lineman Cam Durley (71) watches a drill as two linemen go head to head during practice on Tuesday, April 11, 2016 at Memorial Stadium.

Kansas offensive lineman Cam Durley (71) watches a drill as two linemen go head to head during practice on Tuesday, April 11, 2016 at Memorial Stadium.

Monday, July 22, 2019

Former Kansas football offensive lineman Cam Durley went into the NCAA transfer portal and came out on the other side.

A Houston native who didn’t play in any games for the Jayhawks during his third year with the program in 2018, Durley announced via social media he has transferred to Tennessee State University.

In an Instagram post that included a photo of Durley standing on the field inside Nissan Stadium, in Nashville, Tenn., where FCS program TSU plays some of its home games, the offensive lineman described himself as “so thankful” for his time at KU.

“I learned so much about myself, the game of football, had great coaches and built many lifelong relationships,” Durley wrote.

Rated a two-star prospect by Rivals in the Class of 2015, Durley didn’t join KU until the spring of 2016. As a freshman, Durley played sparingly. He went on to redshirt in 2017. Durley didn’t play in a single game for KU in 2018, his redshirt sophomore season.

Before entering the transfer portal this past spring, Durley was most recently listed on KU’s roster at 6-foot-6 and 315 pounds.