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Former College Station standout Joseph is leaving Northwestern

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Northwestern sophomore safety Brandon Joseph, who was a consensus All-American as a freshman, will enter the transfer portal.

Joseph, who starred at College Station, made the announcement via Twitter on Thursday.

“Over the past few months, I have been thinking long and hard about where I will be next year,” he tweeted. “This has been the hardest decision of my life; however, with that being said, I have decided to continue on God’s plan and enter my name in the transfer portal.”

Joseph had six interceptions in 2020 as a redshirt freshman, helping the Wildcats win the Big Ten West.  Joseph also added 52 tackles in only nine games for the Wildcats who were 7-2, falling to Ohio State in the Big 10 title game, but beating Auburn in the Citrus Bowl.

Joseph this season had 79 tackles and three interceptions for Northwestern, which was 3-9. Joseph was a second-team Big Ten pick by the media and honorable mention by the coaches.

Joseph as a senior at College Station had 95 tackles, five interceptions, 10 pass breakups five tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery for a TD. The Class 5A first-team all-stater by the Texas Sports Writers Association also had two blocked kicks and a kickoff return for a TD.



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