Everett Wormley has entered the transfer portal, the now former Rutgers wide receiver is available as a graduate transfer.

Wormley, who opted out of this past season, came into 2020 as a junior and holds two years of eligibility. In 2019, he applied for a redshirt after appearing in just two games. Because the NCAA approved a blanket waiver for fall student-athletes this season, this year will not count against Wormley’s eligibility.

The wide receiver has five catches for 28 yards in 23 career games at Rutgers.

The former three-star recruit out of Burlington, N.J. had offers from Boston College, Buffalo and Temple among others when he committed to the Scarlet Knights as part of the 2017 recruiting class under then head coach Chris Ash.

Rutgers ended the 2020 season with a 3-6 record in his first season since returning as the head coach. The Scarlet Knights had not won a B1G game in the previous two seasons.