Kentucky punter Colin Goodfellow appears to have played his last game with the Wildcats.

Goodfellow joined the team in 2017 and opted to take advantage of an extra year of eligibility in 2021 as he became the Wildcats’ primary punter. That came a year after he made his college debut against Vanderbilt and also performed punting duties against Alabama.

On Thursday, Goodfellow entered the transfer portal, according to 247Sports. In 2021, he punted the ball 35 times, averaging just under 46 yards per attempt. He set a career-long of 70 yards against Georgia on Oct. 16 and matched it against Mississippi State 2 weeks later. Twelve of his punts landed inside the 20-yard line.

Against Iowa in the Citrus Bowl, he had 4 punts averaging 45.5 yards, with a long of 54.