It doesn’t look like one of Vanderbilt’s best players will be sticking around for the Clark Lea era.

That’s due to the fact junior running back Keyon Henry-Brooks announced on Wednesday that he has entered the NCAA transfer portal.

“First I’d like to thank God and Coach Mason for giving me the opportunity to play the sport I love at the college level. I’d also like to thank the Vanderbilt family for welcoming me with open arms,” Henry-Brooks posted. “But after talking it over with my family and those close to me, I’ve decided I will be entering the transfer portal. Thank you and God bless.”

Losing Henry-Brooks would be a blow to Vanderbilt’s offense as he rushed for 494 yards on 120 carries and two touchdowns last season after appearing in six games — all against SEC competition. He also caught 28 passes for 258 yards.

Henry-Brooks led Vanderbilt with an average of 125.3 all-purpose yards per game and 82.3 rushing yards per contest.

Considering Henry-Brooks mentioned Derek Mason in his statement, it’s logical to think Auburn may be on the running back’s radar as he enters the transfer portal. However, Henry-Brooks is a native of Powder Springs, Ga., so a return to the Peach State to play for a Georgia program could also be in his future.

He signed with Vanderbilt after being rated as a three-star prospect out of Kennesaw Mountain High School.