Arkansas has lost some depth along the offensive line for next season.

On Tuesday, redshirt freshman offensive lineman Silas Robinson decided that he is leaving the Razorbacks and will be heading to Texas State due to “family health reasons.” He made the announcement on Twitter:

After not playing during his first year at Arkansas, Robinson played in six games for the Razorbacks this past season. He appeared on 35 plays, mostly on special teams, while playing a season-high 10 plays against Colorado State on Sept. 14.

Robinson is a former 3-star recruit out of Yoakum, Texas. He was the No. 160 offensive tackle in the 2018 class, per the 247sports Composite rankings.

Prior to committing to Arkansas on Dec. 10, 2017, Robinson had previously been committed to SMU, which was where former Razorbacks head coach Chad Morris had previously coached. Morris was fired by Arkansas prior to the end of this past season, as Sam Pittman has now taken over as Razorbacks head coach.