A former Michigan wide receiver is reportedly entering the NCAA transfer portal again.

Monday, 247Sports reported that USF wide receiver Eddie McDoom is looking at leaving the program. He opted out of the 2020 football season due to concerns with COVID-19. He appeared in 10 games with the Bulls last season.

In those 10 games at USF, McDoom totaled 13 receptions for 174 yards. He transferred prior to the 2018 season from Michigan, but was not permitted to play due to NCAA guidelines.

McDoom, a native of Winter Garden, Fla., was a member of Michigan’s roster in 2016 and 2017 before deciding to transfer. He totaled 16 carries for 160 yards and 5 catches for 59 yards during his freshman season and accounted for 81 receiving yards and 43 rushing yards the following season with the Wolverines.

McDoom will have one season of eligibility remaining at the college level.