Former Rutgers DL announces transfer to FCS program
Former Rutgers defensive lineman Jaohne Duggan has found a new home.
On Friday, Duggan announced with a post on Twitter that he has decided to continue his career at Duquesne, a program that competes at the FCS level. He had initially entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal in August.
“After going through this process of finding a new home, I’ve decided to further my academic and athletic career at Duquesne,” Duggan wrote.
After going through this process of finding a new home, I’ve decided to further my academic and athletic career at @duqedu, thank you @CoachColemanDL & @CoachGribbin for giving me another opportunity I’m excited for this new chapter. pic.twitter.com/8yVnDiFnmV
— Jaohne Duggan (@JDug90) September 25, 2020
Duggan was entering his redshirt junior season with the Scarlet Knights in 2020. The 6-foot-1, 295-pound lineman did not play during his first season in 2017, but has appeared in 21 contests over the last two seasons.
In two years at Rutgers, Duggan accounted for 12 stops and a tackle for loss. Eight of those tackles came during the 2019 campaign, with six being solo stops.