Ole Miss’ secondary is losing some depth for the rest of the season.

According to 247sports.com, Rebels sophomore safety C.J. Miller has entered the NCAA transfer portal. He had played in four of Ole Miss’ first six games, recording one tackle, which came during the Rebels’ win over Southeastern Louisiana. Miller didn’t play in either of the Rebels’ past two games against Alabama and Vanderbilt.

Last season, Miller played in 10 games and made one start, recording 31 tackles and a fumble recovery. He played in four games in 2017, but he was granted a medical redshirt after missing most of the season due to injury.

A 3-star recruit from Georgia, Miller was part of Ole Miss’ 2017 signing class and chose the Rebels over offers from numerous other schools, including SEC rival Auburn.

With Miller now in the transfer portal, coaches can begin to contact Miller about transferring to their school.

The Rebels will move without Miller as they travel to play Missouri on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN2.