Texas A&M’s defensive backfield appears to be losing some depth as super senior Travon Fuller has entered the NCAA transfer portal.

Fuller has played four seasons for the Aggies but thanks to the NCAA giving all players the option to have a free season of eligibility, he has one season of eligibility remaining in college football.

News of Fuller’s decision to enter the portal was first reported by Brian Perroni of 247Sports. Due to the fact he would be a super senior in 2021, if Fuller decides to pull his name from the transfer portal and play for Texas A&M, he would not count against the program’s 85-scholarship limit.

For his career, Fuller has registered 21 tackles and defended one pass.

UPDATE: Fuller has confirmed his decision to enter the transfer portal.

Here is Fuller’s bio as listed on the official Texas A&M site:

2020 (SENIOR): Played in four games … Saw the field in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt.

2019 (JUNIOR): Played in all 13 games … Had a pair of tackles in the season-opening win over Texas State … Made a tackle for a 4-yard loss against Lamar … Had two tackles on special teams against Alabama … Had a pass breakup in the win at Ole Miss … Made two tackles against UTSA.

2018 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in all 13 games, primarily on special teams … made six total tackles.

2017 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in all 13 games making five tackles … had four solo stops.

2016: Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Paul Essary at Athens High School in Athens, Texas … district champions in 2014 with a record of 10-1 … as a senior, Fuller recorded 54 tackles, two interceptions, one forced fumble and seven pass breakups … had seven interceptions during his junior campaign … three-time all-district and All-State honorable mention … was a three sport athlete playing basketball, football and competing for the track & field team.