After missing all of last season due to injury, former Texas A&M receiver Camron Buckley made the decision to finish out his college career elsewhere last month.

During his time in College Station, Buckley caught 62 passes for 877 yards and four touchdowns. He appeared in 39 games with four starts during that time and was pegged as a starter heading into the 2020 season before suffering an injury in camp.

Now he’s made the decision to attend Indiana as a graduate transfer, he announced on Monday.

Here is a look at Buckley’s bio from the official Texas A&M team site:

2020: Missed the season due to injury.

2019 (JUNIOR): Played in all 13 games, making one start … Got the start in the season-opening win over Texas State … Caught a 20-yard pass at Clemson … Had four catches for 60 yards against Lamar … Made two catches for 22 yards against Auburn … Brought in a 16-yard pass at Ole Miss.

2018 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in all 13 games, starting three … reeled in 34 receptions for 474 yards and one touchdown … Made three catches for 44 yards, including a 34-yard reception against Northwestern State … caught four passes for a season-high 93 yards against No. 2 Clemson, bringing in the team’s longest reception of the season, a 69-yard grab … hauled in two passes for 28 yards versus ULM …. had four receptions for 41 yards against No. 1 Alabama … led the Aggies with a season-high five receptions for 72 yards against Arkansas … recorded three receptions for 44 yards at South Carolina … hauled in three receptions for 30 yards at Mississippi State … caught two passes for 29 yards against Auburn … had four catches for 54 yards and a touchdown against Ole Miss … caught one pass for 23 yards against No. 25 UAB.

2017 (FRESHMAN): Recorded 17 receptions for 282 yards and three touchdowns … scored a touchdown on his first career reception versus Louisiana … caught two passes for a season-high 88 yards including a 70-yard touchdown against Mississippi State … made a season-high three catches including a touchdown reception against New Mexico.