Vanderbilt has reportedly lost some depth along the offensive line with reported news about left tackle Devin Cochran entering the transfer portal Monday, 247Sports reported.

Cochran started the Commodores’ final nine games of the 2019 season after he missed the team’s first three games with injury. The 6-foot-7, 318-pound tackle started 32 games in his Vanderbilt career. He’ll be a graduate transfer for his next team.

The Norcross, Georgia native played 13 games in the 2018 season, and 10 as a redshirt freshman in 2017.

It’s been an active offseason already on the West End as QB Mo Hassan entered the transfer portal, and coach Derek Mason changed both coordinators, offensive coordinator Gerry Gdowski and defensive coordinator Jason Tarver.

Former Louisiana Tech offensive coordinator Todd Fitch and former Appalachian State defensive coordinator Ted Roof were hired to the same positions at Vanderbilt. Mason also hired Peter Rossomando as the offensive line coach.