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Linebacker Jordan Mastrogiovanni plans to return to the Texas A&M football program as a walk-on.

By SI Wire
May 12, 2016

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Linebacker Jordan Mastrogiovanni plans to return to the Texas A&M football program as a walk-on this summer, reports 247Sports.

Mastrogiovanni played for the Aggies as a true freshman in 2013 and a sophomore in 2014.

Last year, he remained enrolled as a student at Texas A&M but decided to step away from football for multiple reasons. The 2015 season will serve as his redshirt year and upon his return he will have two years of NCAA eligibility remaining.

He started seven games for Texas A&M in 2014 and finished the season with 26 tackles. He ended up losing his starting role to freshman Josh Walker.

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Texas A&M finished last season with an 8–5 record.

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