Florida’s depth at the receiver position may soon be taking a hit as redshirt freshman Dionte Marks has reportedly entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal.

Marks made two appearances last season during his first season on campus, those appearances came against UT Martin and Towson, but they made be the only two times the Deland, Fla., native ever sees the field for the Gators.

According to Matt Zenitz of AL.com, Marks has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal. As always, it must be noted that a player’s decision to enter the transfer portal does not mean they cannot return to the program, it simply means other coaches may contact them regarding a transfer.

Marks signed with Florida during the 2019 recruiting cycle and was rated as a three-star prospect. He was the nation’s No. 57 overall receiver prospect after catching 45 passes for 964 yards and 11 touchdowns during his senior season for Deland High School.

While he never found the field much in Gainesville during his first year on campus, after losing several pass catchers this offseason, the path to the field appeared to be more open for Marks heading into the 2020 season.