Michigan linebacker Jordan Anthony entered the transfer portal on Wednesday according to ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren.

The junior linebacker from Silver Spring, Maryland played nine games during the 2019 regular season and posted 11 total tackles, including six solos. He also recorded one quarterback hurry.

Last year, he played in seven games for the Wolverines, registering three total tackles, including 1.0 for loss and 1.0 sack. With 11 tackles in 2019, Anthony finished 16th on Michigan’s defense in tackles.

Just because he entered the transfer portal doesn’t mean Anthony won’t still come back at Michigan next year, but in all likelihood, he’s looking for a place where he’ll receive more playing time as a senior.

Anthony arrived at Michigan as the No. 8 overall outside linebacker in the 2017 recruiting class according to 247Sports. He was also a 4-star prospect on the 247Sports composite rankings.

Before committing to Michigan, Anthony reportedly considered Oklahoma, Auburn and Clemson as well during his recruiting process.

If Anthony does indeed leave, Michigan will still have Josh Ross back at linebacker next season. He redshirted this season because of an injury, but Ross made 54 tackles in 2018. Cameron McGrone, who filled in for Ross this season and made 59 tackles, is expected to return in 2020 as well.