With question marks at the tight end position, Indiana has added experience and depth to its 2020 roster.
The school announced on Wednesday that South Alabama graduate transfer Khameron Taylor will join the program for the 2020 season.
With a massive 6-foot-4 and 270 pound frame, Taylor will provide a big body in the running game.
“We are really excited about adding Kham to our program, head coach Tom Allen said in a release by the school.
“He brings experience to the tight end room. Other than Peyton Hendershot, we have a young group that needs some depth. Kham is a big, strong blocker with untapped potential in the pass game. He has a great combination of size, length and athleticism that immediately helps us become a better football team.”
Taylor started all nine games in which he appeared in 2019, and he posted two catches for 18 yards including a 13-yard touchdown at Nebraska. That score is the first play in the highlight reel below.
Overall Taylor appeared in 24 contests with 14 starts for the Jaguars. He caught five passes for 67 yards in 2018, and added three kickoff returns for 23 yards.
A Gainesville, Florida native, Taylor has one year of eligibility remaining.
To see a complete overview of Indiana’s 2020 football roster, go here.
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