Indiana is losing some depth along its defensive line.

Freshman defensive lineman Damarjhe Lewis has decided to enter his name into the NCAA transfer portal. He spent one season with the Hoosiers but did not see any playing time during the 2020 campaign.

“I’d like to thank Indiana University for the opportunity and great time they have given me but I’ve decided to enter my name into the transfer portal,” Lewis wrote in a message on Twitter. “I am excited to explore new opportunities.”


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Lewis was a 3-star prospect as a high school player out of Griffin, Georgia. He ranked as the No. 57 defensive tackle in the 2020 recruiting class and was one of the Top 75 players from his home state. He will have four years of eligibility remaining at his next destination.

The departure is a big blow to Indiana’s depth along the defensive line, but the Hoosiers could still potentially add a piece from the transfer portal to fill that void.