Florida is losing some depth at quarterback, as Carlos Del Rio-Wilson, a redshirt freshman, announced on Tuesday that he would enter the transfer portal.

It became clear after spring practice that Del Rio-Wilson was the third quarterback for the Gators. Anthony Richardson and sophomore backup Jack Miller were clearly ahead of him on the depth chart. Del Rio-Wilson saw limited action near the end of the spring game.

“First of all I would like to thank all of gator nation/gator family for welcoming me in since the beginning you are probably the best Fanbase in the world I will always had love for you guys,” Del Rio-Wilson wrote in a tweet announcing his intent to transfer. “I would also like to thank all the coaches for giving me the opportunity and an incredible experience. But after long discussion with my family we feel it’s best that I enter the transfer portal at this time. Thank you for everything gator family!! Go gators!”

Along with Richardson and Miller, redshirt freshman Jalen Kitna and freshman Max Brown are the other quarterbacks expected to be on the roster this fall.

Here’s the rest of Del Rio-Wilson’s Florida bio:

Rated a four-star prospect according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings… Ranked as the No. 16 QB in the country and the No. 14 overall prospect in Georgia according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings… Finished the 2020 Elite 11 Finals as Sports Illustrated All-American’s No. 5 QB from the event… Plays at a 5A high school (Cartersville) in Georgia, which is the third-largest classification in the state… Previously played for McEachern High School (Powder Springs, Ga.)… Chose Florida over offers from Florida State, Kentucky, Miami, Michigan, Ole Miss and Tennessee, among others.