Skai Moore has yet to make a real impact in Indianapolis and now the Colts are going to have to wait another season for the former All-SEC defender to break out at the game’s highest level.

That’s because the Colts announced on Tuesday that Moore has decided to opt-out of the 2020 NFL season. Moore signed with the Colts after going undrafted in the 2018 NFL Draft.

In his three NFL seasons, Moore has made 10 appearances with a total of three tackles during that time.

While the former Gamecock standout has yet to make his impact felt at the NFL level, Moore was a tackling machine in Columbia. Despite the fact he missed an entire year due to injury, Moore racked up 351 tackles during his South Carolina career.

Every single season he suited up for South Carolina, Moore led the team in tackles. He also chipped in 20 tackles for loss, 14 interceptions, five sacks and three forced fumbles with three fumble recoveries during his time in Columbia.