As LSU prepares to play in the Peach Bowl against Oklahoma, one of its receivers who missed the season because of a suspension, has reportedly made a decision about his future.

Dee Anderson plans to transfer, according to Tiger Details, after he didn’t play this past regular season because he was suspended for not meeting conditioning goals. He plans to enter the transfer portal and be eligible to play next fall. Anderson graduated from LSU last week.

Last season, he caught 20 passes for 274 yards and 1 touchdown as he started 4 games. He finished his career at LSU with 27 catches for 392 yards and a touchdown in only 12 games played. He’s 6-foot-6 and 229 pounds from Dallas, Texas.

Out of high school, Anderson was rated a 4-star prospect and ranked as the nation’s No. 37 overall receiver and the state of Texas’ No. 26 overall prospect, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.

Anderson said that he is grateful for his time in Baton Rouge, noted that he is “watching my brothers and cheering for them every step of the way.”

LSU had a bit of a rough Early Signing Day at the wide receiver position, with sought after prospects Jermaine Burton and Rakim Jarrett flipping their commitments from LSU to Georgia and Maryland respectively.

LSU is also expected to lose junior wide receiver Justin Jefferson to the NFL Draft after the season.