Things are really beginning to crumble in East Lansing. On Thursday morning, it was reported that wide receiver Cam Chambers has entered the NCAA transfer portal, becoming the fifth Michigan State player to do so within the last month.

Chris Solari of the Detroit Free Press was able to confirm the report.

Chambers was a key member of the offense in 2018, catching 19 passes for 264 yards last season, but hasn’t been utilized much this fall. He’s played in just two games and has not recorded any statistics. Michigan State has played seven games this season (4-3) and is now entering an off week.

He’s the fifth player to enter the NCAA transfer portal, joining running backs Connor Heyward, La’Darius Jefferson, linebacker Brandon Bouyer-Randle and receiver Weston Bridges.

According to 247Sports, Chambers is a former four-star recruit and was a member of Michigan State’s 2016 recruiting class. he will be a graduate transfer and will be immediately eligible at an FBS program, if that’s where he chooses to end his career.

Chambers played in 26 career games for the Spartans and ended his time in East Lansing with 24 receptions for 330 yards.

Michigan State returns to the field on Saturday, Oct. 26 to play Penn State.