Darel Middleton has been a man on the move in his college career, and the former Tennessee defensive lineman has reportedly found a new home.

Alabama A&M will be the fourth school in 6 years for Middleton, a 6-foot-7, 305-pounder, Knox News reported. Middleton in June left Tennessee for West Virginia after he started 6 games for the Vols in each of the past two seasons after he signed with UT out of East Mississippi Community College, the site of the Netflix show “Last Chance U.”

With Tennessee, Middleton recorded 43 tackles, 2 sacks and a forced fumble.

This past season, Middleton played 3 games for West Virginia and made two tackles and one sack. He left the team in October and re-entered the transfer portal.

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