It has been a busy Monday for the transfer portal, and its latest entry comes courtesy of Ole Miss.

According to On3’s Matt Zenitz, Mississippi linebacker MoMo Sanogo has put his name into the portal and intends to leave the Rebel program.

Sanogo has been with the team since 2017. He played immediately as a freshman, appearing in 11 games, and then quickly moved into the starting 11 as a sophomore. He produced 112 total tackles during Ole Miss’s 2018 season, 5th among all SEC defenders. An ankle injury the following season limited him to just 2 games.

On the comeback attempt, Sanogo appeared in 10 games in 2020, but his production dipped. This season, the Plano, Texas native appeared in every game but did so in a more limited capacity. He produced just 25 tackles this season.

Sanogo graduated in 2020. Originally a 3-star recruit in the Class of 2017, Sanogo was rated as the No. 20 inside linebacker prospect and the No. 398 recruit in his class. He also held offers from Big Ten, Big 12, and Pac-12 programs.