Blayne Toll began his college career by spending 1 year with Arkansas. He then decided to transfer, opting to head to Colorado. Now, the redshirt freshman is going to be on the move again.

On Tuesday, Toll entered the NCAA transfer portal, according to, bringing his time with the Buffaloes to an end after only 4 games. He appeared in 2 of those contests, recording 3 tackles.

Toll didn’t get on the field much as a true freshman at Arkansas in 2020, recording 1 tackle and mostly appearing on special teams. He spent time working at both tight end and defensive end during his lone season with the Razorbacks.

After choosing to transfer to Colorado in March, Toll played only defensive end upon his arrival. But he didn’t carve out a big role with the Buffaloes, either, which has now led to his decision to transfer again.

Toll was a 3-star recruit out of Hazen (Ark.) High School who ranked No. 16 among strong-side defensive ends in the 2020 class, per the 247Sports Composite rankings. He committed to Arkansas in June 2019, then enrolled early at the start of 2020.

As Adam Munsterteiger of pointed out, Toll will still have 4 years of eligibility for wherever he goes next, but he’ll have to sit out a year if he goes to an FBS school because he already used his 1-time transfer exception.

Colorado is off to a 1-3 start after losing 3 straight games to Texas A&M, Minnesota and Arizona State.