Michigan’s depth at wide receiver has taken a bit of a hit.

On Sunday night, Michigan freshman receiver Quintel Kent shared a post on Twitter, saying he will not be suiting up for the Wolverines this fall. A medical condition will keep him on the sidelines in 2019.

“Due to some unfortunate medical findings, I will not have the opportunity to participate in this year’s football season,” Kent wrote. “I would like to thank Michigan and especially my family for the endless amounts of support. I will continue to pursue my education at the University. Although I don’t fully understand this part of my journey, I trust in God’s plan for what the future holds. Go Blue.”

The extent of the condition was unknown for Kent. It was also unknown whether or not the condition will keep him out for just this season or if it could impact his football career further.

Kent is a Lakewood, Ohio native and was a three-star member of Michigan’s 2019 recruiting class. Whether or not he would’ve been in the rotation this year is unknown, but his absence certainly is a blow for the team’s depth at the position.

Michigan opens the season on Aug. 31 against Middle Tennessee.