Arkansas has seen the latest roster turnover in the form of tight end Trey Knox reportedly entering the transfer portal, according to Max Olson of The Athletic.

Knox, who is 6-foot-5 and 245 pounds, came to Arkansas a 4-star recruit, and this season was one of the top receivers on the team with 26 catches for 296 yards and 5 touchdowns. For his career, he had 81 catches for 892 yards and 9 touchdowns. Knox is originally from Murfreesboro, Tennessee (Blackman High School).

This news came after Arkansas tight ends coach Dowell Loggains is reportedly expected to be the next offensive coordinator at South Carolina.

It’s been a busy stretch for Arkansas in terms of roster changes. Knox is the third Arkansas player to enter the portal that was a starter this season after Myles Slusher and Ketron Jackson. Punter Reid Bauer also made a move to enter the portal.