Andre Turrentine is leaving Ohio State after just one year.
The redshirt freshman safety has entered the transfer portal after just one season with the Buckeyes, an Ohio State spokesperson confirmed Monday.
A four-star recruit in the class of 2021, Turrentine redshirted last season after playing in just four games as a true freshman, but was among the standouts of the spring game, in which he played the most snaps of any Buckeye (106) and recorded nine tackles with a pass breakup.
That said, Turrentine was still unlikely to be on the two-deep at safety, with Josh Proctor and Kourt Williams set to lead the depth chart at bandit (the position Turrentine played in the spring game) alongside Ronnie Hickman and Kye Stokes at adjuster and Tanner McCalister and Cameron Martinez at nickel safety.
Turrentine will bring four years of collegiate eligibility to his new school.
Ohio State is now down to 85 scholarship players for the 2022 season.