Commits to SMU Siggers announced on his personal Twitter account Saturday he will transfer to SMU.
Impact Siggers ran for 1,311 yards and seven touchdowns over the past two seasons with North Texas, and he'll now move on SMU. Since Siggers is a grad transfer, he'll be able to compete immediately with two years of eligibility remaining. Upon his arrival, he'll compete with Ulysses Bentley and Tyler Lavine for the starting running back job next season.
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