Maryland wide receiver Rayshad Lewis, son of former NFL star linebacker Ray Lewis, has entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal. He made the announcement public via Twitter.

Wednesday, Lewis announced that he will be graduate transferring from Maryland with one year of eligibility remaining. He will be able to play immediately at his next destination as a graduate transfer.

“My time here has been a lot of ups and downs but I’m grateful for the whole process. I have put my name in the portal in hope of finding a new home that I can grad transfer to,” Lewis wrote. “I am set to graduate in May with one year of eligibility left. Thank you to everyone who has supported me and followed me on this journey. I truly appreciate it.”

Lewis came to Maryland as a wide receiver and had a big year in 2016. He caught 40 passes for 476 yards and two touchdowns, while also rushing for 110 yards and a score on 10 carries. In 2018, Lewis shifted to defensive back and was also used as a punt returner.

In 2019, the first year under Mike Locksley, Lewis moved back to the offensive side of the football and was still on special teams. He appeared in 10 games, catching three passes for 13 yards and fielded five punts for 16 yards.

Maryland finished the 2019 season with a 3-9 record and one B1G win.