Texas A&M’s depth on the defensive line will be taking a slight hit this offseason as senior lineman Josh Rogers has announced he will finish his college playing career elsewhere.

Rogers has earned his degree, meaning he will be leaving College Station as a graduate transfer and will be eligible immediately at his next school.

The Houston native was a reserve player during his time with the Aggies, racking up just five tackles and a sack during his time in College Station.

The lineman announced the news with the following note.

“I would first like to say how grateful and blessed I am to have this opportunity. Thank you Texas A&M for the opportunity of a lifetime. God is good. I want to give a special thanks to Coach Sumlin, Coach Fisher, Coach David Turner and Coach Robinson for not only being great coaches but helping me develop as a young man.

“Being able to say I will have a degree from TAMU is amazing and I am proud of myself and appreciate all my loved ones, friends and teammates that supported me along the way.

“With that being said, I have decided to enter my name into the transfer portal and cotinue my playing career elsewhere.”