Mizzou may be losing some depth at the receiver position as rising junior Kam Scott has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal.

During his two seasons on the field for the Tigers, Scott registered 25 catches with 542 yards receiving and two touchdowns. The Lone Star State native signed with the program as a three-star recruit in the 2018 recruiting cycle out of Manvel High School of Manvel, Texas.

Scott signed with Missouri over scholarship opportunities to play for South Carolina, Tennessee,  Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas State, Louisville, and Utah, among others.

News of Scott’s decision to enter the NCAA transfer portal was first reported by Matt Zenitz of AL.com.

As always, it must be noted that a player’s decision to enter the NCAA transfer portal does not mean that the player cannot return to this team. Entering the portal simply allows other programs to contact the player in regards to a transfer, players still have the option of returning to their programs after entering the portal database.

Scott started six games last year for Missouri in Derek Dooley’s offense after making 11 total appearances during his freshman season in Columbia. On his first career catch, Scott scored on a 70-yard touchdown reception.