Arkansas is seeing a wide receiver enter the NCAA transfer portal, according to a report. Jaquayln Crawford will look to play elsewhere, per On3’s Matt Zenitz.

If Crawford follows through with transferring out, he will be headed to the third team of his career. He joined the Razorbacks in 2020 after transferring from Oklahoma.

Crawford had to sit out the 2020 season at Arkansas due to the NCAA’s transfer rules at the time. Last season, Crawford appeared in 7 games for Sam Pittman’s squad, logging 3 catches for 27 yards.

Crawford arrived at Oklahoma in 2018. Out of Rockdale (Texas), Crawford was a 4-star recruit on the 247Sports composite rankings, rated the No. 8 ATH, No. 17 Lone Star State product and No. 179 prospect overall in the class. He signed with OU over 25 other scholarship offers.

Crawford played in just 3 games over 2 seasons with the Sooners, taking a redshirt for the 2018 season. As of publishing, Crawford remains listed as a redshirt senior on Arkansas’ online roster. With the NCAA’s COVID-19 waiver, he has 2 seasons of eligibility remaining, though he may have a hard time finding playing time for 2022 this close to the start of the season.