Texas A&M’s depth at running back could soon be taking a hit.

That’s because junior running back Jacob Kibodi has entered the NCAA transfer portal. News of Kibodi’s jump into the portal was first reported by Matt Zenitz of AL.com.

One important note that has to be made each time a player enters the portal, entrance into the system does not guarantee the player plans to leave the program. This step simply allows other schools to contact the player without restriction to gauge the interest of his services around the nation.

Kibodi appeared in eight games for the Aggies this season, making two starts. The Baton Rouge native rushed for 123 yards and one touchdown this season and has 270 total rushing yards and two touchdowns during his college career.

The former Christian Life Academy student was a three-star running back in Texas A&M’s 2017 signing class. He rushed for 1,208 yards and 12 touchdowns on 141 carries as a high school senior.