A Purdue wide receiver is leaving the program.

On Friday, KeyRon Catlett announced via Twitter that he’ll be transferring from Purdue after two seasons with the program. He will begin searching for another institution to continue his career.

“After praying and talking with my family, I am transferring from Purdue and continuing my academics and football career elsewhere,” Catlett wrote.

Catlett was a member of Purdue’s 2017 recruiting class. He’s a former 3-star receiver out of Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

In two seasons with the Boilermakers, Catlett appeared in 17 games, mostly on special teams. In 2017, he returned five kicks for 62 yards.

With Purdue improving its receiving corps over the last two recruiting classes, playing time might’ve been sparse for Catlett. He did not mention any potential destinations.