Ben Miles could very well be on his way to his third school in as many years.

On Monday, Cole Cubelic of SEC Network reported that Miles — the son of Kansas and former LSU head coach Les Miles — has entered his name in the transfer portal after spending one season at Texas A&M. He can still return to Jimbo Fisher’s program, but if he decides to leave College Station, he’ll be at his third school in three years.

Miles began his college career at Nebraska, committing as a member of the 2017 class when Mike Riley was in charge. Following Riley’s firing, Miles was one of several to leave the program.

Miles was redshirted in his first season at Nebraska in 2017. He then left Lincoln and committed to Texas A&M. He played in one game for the Aggies last fall, per the team website.

There was no indication where Miles could potentially land or if there were any schools he was considering.

Per 247Sports, Miles was the No. 2 fullback in the 2017 recruiting class and ranked as one of the top 50 players out of Louisiana.