Tennessee running back Jalen Hurd reportedly told teammates during a meeting Sunday that he plans to transfer.

On Monday, former Tennessee wide receiver and radio host Jayson Swain said on his program, The Swain Event Monday, that Hurd reportedly intended to leave the program.

“Unless something crazy flips in the next couple of hours, he is done,” Swain said of Hurd. “That’s what I’m hearing.”

Swain later confirmed Hurd’s decision during an appearance on the Cole Cubelic Show.

Jimmy Hyams of WNML claimed the running back told teammates during a meeting Sunday night that he intends to play wide receiver or tight end at his new school, according to sources, shortly after Swain’s initial report.

Hyams also said Hurd has been upset at Tennessee’s zone-read scheme.

The news conflicts with an earlier report from Hyams Sunday confirming rumors of Hurd’s departure to be false.

On Sunday, a man claiming to be Hurd’s uncle posted on Volnation.com that the running back had been given false promises by the coaching staff, which ultimately led to his reported decision.

Hurd currently has 2,635 career rushing yards, which ranks sixth in Tennessee history and trails Travis Henry’s school record of 3,078 by 443. The Hendersonville native has led the Vols in rushing yards during each of his first two seasons.

Hurd also has 67 career receptions for 492 yards and six touchdowns.