Indiana is adding wide receiver depth through the transfer portal.

Monday, the program announced that former Texas A&M wide receiver Camron Buckley has committed to IU. The former Aggie missed all of the 2020 season because of injury.

Buckley spent four seasons at Texas A&M, joining the program as a member of the 2017 recruiting class. He appeared in 39 career games and was a contributor to the passing attack in his three seasons on the field. He’ll add talent, experience and depth to the wide receiver room in Bloomington.

The most impactful season for Buckley at Texas A&M came in 2018. That season, he caught 34 passes for 474 yards and a touchdown, averaging an impressive 13.9 yards per catch. As a freshman in 2017, he hauled in 3 touchdown receptions, the most of his career.

In three seasons with the Aggies, Buckley totaled 62 catches for 877 yards and 4 touchdowns. He’s maintained a 14.1 yards per catch averaged over his three seasons on the field.

Buckley will have one season of eligibility remaining at Indiana.