Ohio State defensive lineman Noah Potter has decided to enter his name into the NCAA transfer portal. The news comes a week after the Buckeyes closed out spring practice.

Matt Zenitz of On3 reported the news on Saturday. Potter was a 4-star member of Ohio State’s 2019 recruiting class. He is the younger brother of Micah Potter, who started his career at Ohio State playing basketball before transferring to Wisconsin.

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Potter spent three seasons with the Buckeyes but saw limited playing time during his career in Columbus. Over his time at Ohio State, the defensive lineman appeared in just 7 contests.

Potter played in 3 games as a true freshman in 2019 and saw action in 4 contests during the 2020 campaign. The Buckeyes won a B1G title and earned a trip to the College Football Playoff in both seasons.

Last year, Potter appeared in 1 game. Ohio State finished with an 11-2 record.

Potter will still have 3 years of eligibility to use at his next destination. He leaves Columbus with 3 total tackles, 2 of which were solo stops.

As a high school recruit, Potter ranked No. 334 nationally, per 247Sports composite rankings. He was considered one of the Top 25 strong-side defensive ends and a Top 10 player out of Ohio.