Texas A&M backup offensive lineman Jordan Spasojevic-Moko announced that he would be entering the portal on Thursday.

This comes after Spasojevic-Moko was arrested on Sept. 30 for violating two counts of a protective order. He reportedly entered a bar where a female patron, who had a protective order against Spasojevic-Moko, was in attendance. The offensive lineman stuck his tongue out at the patron and was promptly arrested due to the order demanding that he never be within 200 feet of the woman.

He also reportedly called her multiple times from prison, which also violated the protective order. He was suspended indefinitely following the incident, which caused him to miss the Aggies’ final eight games of the season.

The Brisbane, Australia native suffered a season-ending injury in 2022 and only appeared against New Mexico in 2023. He started out as a rugby player before attending Snow College in Utah and being rated as the No. 1 JUCO offensive tackle in the Class of 2021. At 6-foot-6, 325 lbs., whoever lands the signature of Spasojevic-Moko will be bringing in a large tackle with SEC experience.

Forever an Aggie, Gig Em ?? pic.twitter.com/nBTTdwO2Pv

— Jordan Moko (@moko_jordan) November 30, 2023