Following an injury-plagued career with Arizona Football, senior Wide Receiver Jamarye Joiner has entered the Transfer Portal.
Despite committing to the Rich Rodriguez coaching staff, and playing for a couple of different coaching staffs, it just wasn’t meant to be for Arizona Football wide receiver Jamarye Joiner.
Making news via social media on Friday afternoon, it was announced that Joiner will be leaving the Wildcats as he entered the infamous transfer portal.
The former Cienega High School star in Southern Arizona had a promising start to his career at Arizona, but unfortunately, injuries set back Jamarye.
After five seasons spent with the Wildcats, Jamarye will finish his career with 711 yards and six touchdowns on 50 receptions. Joiner also ran for 66 yards on 30 attempts with a touchdown and threw for 106 yards and two touchdowns on 7 of 16 passing.
Even with Jamarye Joiner leaving, Arizona Football should still be in a great spot with their receiving corps.
This season was a rather fortuitous one for the Wildcats all things considered, and despite surpassing their projected win total for 2022, there is still plenty of room for improvement for the Wildcats.
Heading into 2023, Arizona seems to be pretty set on offense and should have one of the better offenses in the country after making a sizable jump on offense this season.
Even with Joiner leaving, Arizona should still have Dorian Singer, Tetairoa McMillan, and tight end Tyler McLachlan returning. And beyond that, you could potentially see freshmen AJ Jones and Kevin Green Jr. step up next season.
The biggest question remaining will be if Jacob Cowing returns for 2023. Either way, it should be an interesting couple of months and we wish Jamarye the best wherever he lands.