Dashaun Jerkins has been one of the more experienced players on the Vanderbilt defense in recent years.

But Jerkins, who had 42 tackles and 3 interceptions this past season, is on the move, as Matt Zenitz of On3 Sports reported that he will enter the transfer portal. Jerkins in his Vanderbilt career made 144 tackles, 3 interceptions and 7 pass breakups over his last 3 seasons with Vanderbilt.

Jerkins, who is listed at 6 foot and 200 pounds, is originally from Woodbridge, Virginia.

Here’s the rest of his bio at Vanderbilt:

As a Junior (2020)
• Eight games played with six starts
• 45 tackles, two caused fumbles, one fumble recovery and three pass breakups
• Tied for the team lead with two caused fumbles and tied for fifth in the SEC in forced fumbles/game (0.25)
• Tied for the third on the team in total tackles
• Eight or more tackles in four games, including each of the first three contests
• First career forced fumble at No. 10/11 Texas A&M
• Recovered fumble against the Aggies and returned it eight yards
• Season-high 11 tackles versus Ole Miss
• Eight tackles against No. 6/5 Florida to go along with a pass breakup and season’s second forced fumble
• One rush for seven yards, on a fake punt versus LSU

As a Sophomore (2019)
• 11 games played with nine starts
• Slowed by injuries late in the season
• 58 tackles (34 solo), two defensed passes and one fumble recovery
• 14 tackles (10 solo) in first career start against Georgia
• Three or more tackles in all nine starts
• Pass breakups against Purdue and East Tennessee State
• Nine tackles and seven solo stops at South Carolina

As a Freshman (2018)
• Two games played
• One of 12 true freshman to see action