The wide receiver room in Iowa City is reportedly losing a key piece.

David Eickholt of 247Sports is reporting that Tyrone Tracy Jr. has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal and is looking to leave the Iowa program. He spent 4 seasons with the program.

Tracy played in 38 career games for the Hawkeyes and was emerging as one of the team’s top targets at the receiver position following the 2019 season. That year, he hauled in 36 passes for 589 yards and 3 touchdowns. During the pandemic-shortened year in 2020, Tracy totaled 14 catches for 154 yards and a score.

This season, Tracy began the year as Iowa’s starting receiver. However, the emergence of Keagan Johnson and Arland Bruce IV bumped the receiver down on the depth chart.

During a 10-3 season for Iowa, Tracy was responsible for 15 receptions for 106 yards and a touchdown.

Utilizing a redshirt year as a freshman in 2018 and with the NCAA granting a waiver for all student-athletes for the 2020 season, Tracy will still have two years of eligibility to use at his next destination.

Tracy, an Indianapolis native, was a 3-star prospect out of high school. He leaves Iowa with 871 receiving yards, 93 rushing yards and 7 total touchdowns.