Arik Gilbert, a Georgia tight end who transferred from LSU after a sensational freshman season, is reportedly on the move again, Matt Zenitz of On3 Sports reported.

Gilbert only played in 3 games this season, and made 2 catches for 16 yards and one touchdown.

Gilbert appeared to show promise in this year’s G-Day game when he made 2 touchdown catches, including one in the back corner of the end zone that impressed Kirby Smart, and proved to be the matchup problem he’s long been feared to be. Gilbert also drew 2 pass interference penalties inside the 20-yard line.

But then during the season, as Gilbert saw limited action, Smart’s response was repeatedly about supporting Gilbert off the field and as a student.

After he didn’t dress for the Georgia Tech game, Smart said, “We’re trying to help him be the best person he can on be and off the field. And that’s a decision that will be made each week.”

Gilbert at LSU as a freshman was named to the Freshman All-SEC Team, as voted by the league’s head coaches. He started all 8 games in which he played, and caught 35 passes 368 yards and 2 TDs.