Virginia Tech TE Kalvin Cline to finish career at Texas A&M

Tight end Kalvin Cline had 30 catches in his three seasons in Blacksburg, but he had just four catches during the last two. Steve Mitchell/USA TODAY Sports

Virginia Tech tight end Kalvin Cline will plays his final two years at Texas A&M as a graduate transfer, he announced Sunday on Instagram:

Couldn't be more thankful for my time at Virginia Tech. It's been an amazing 3 years and Hokie Nation has a special place in my heart. It was truly an honor to play for a legend like Frank Beamer and I wish nothing but the best for my teammates this up coming season. But after I graduate in May I will be finishing my last 2 years of eligibility at Texas A&M. Can't wait to do big things at College station and see the 12th man light up the stadium! Gig'em Aggies‼️

Cline caught 30 passes for 362 yards and two touchdowns in his three years with the Hokies. He said he will graduate in May, thus making him immediately eligible to play for the Aggies upon enrolling in College Station, Texas.

The 6-foot-4, 237-pound Cline had played just one year of football at Pine Crest High in Boca Raton, Florida, before signing with the Hokies in 2013.

Virginia Tech does bring back redshirt junior Bucky Hodges, who has caught 85 passes the past two seasons for 1,056 yards and 13 touchdowns.