After missing all of last season after suffering an injury in fall camp, Camron Buckley has now entered the NCAA transfer portal just days after Texas A&M wrapped up spring practice in College Station.

Buckley makes his decision just days after true freshman receiver and early enrollee Shadrach Banks also decided to enter the transfer portal.

Buckley was scheduled to start last fall for the Aggies in what would have been his senior season in College Station. His decision to enter the portal was first reported by Brian Perroni of 247Sports.

During his three seasons on the field in College Station, Buckley caught 62 passes for 877 yards and four touchdowns. He made an appearance in all 13 games, making one start, during the 2019 season.

If he made the decision to leave Texas A&M, regardless of where he ended up, Buckley would be eligible immediately at his next school as he would be leaving as a graduate transfer.