Vanderbilt’s quarterbacks had a slew of injuries this season, particularly concussions. But now one of them is re-thinking his future as Mo Hassan has reportedly entered the transfer portal, according to 247Sports.

Hassan saw limited action, but made a splash when he got in the game, most notably leading the win over No. 21 Missouri that may have saved Derek Mason’s job. He went 7-for-11 for 120 yards and a score, including a 61-yard pass to Ke’Shawn Vaughn. But a concussion cut short his season, and he missed several games down the stretch. Hassan appeared in five games in 2018 in limited action.

Hassan off the field is known for a successful non-profit called “Second Spoon” which helps feed homeless in Nashville and hometown in south Florida. Hassan is from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound QB played at Coffeyville Community College before Vanderbilt, where he was 71-of-132 passing for 996 yards and four touchdowns.

He transferred there from Syracuse, where he didn’t see any action in 2016.