Miami safety Keshawn Washington has announced his intention to enter the transfer portal after the season.

On Twitter, Washington made the announcement Thursday night. He will look for a new college football home in 2023.  Washington expressed his gratitude and explained his decision to leave the program.

“I would like to thank the University of Miami for the years I’ve spent here. Everything I’ve learned over the years has made me who I am today and because of that, I am grateful,” Washington said in his announcement. “However, it is time for new beginnings. After this season, I will be entering the transfer portal.”

Washington, who is in his 3rd year at Miami, had limited playing time this season. The only game Washington appeared in was against Virginia Tech on Oct. 29. This was a significant reduction from the 4 games he played in during the 2020 season. In 2020, Washington recorded 3 total tackles in a limited role.

For the 2021 season, Washington only played in 1 game against Central Connecticut State and was a member of the practice squad for that season. After finishing his time at Miami with 6 games, he will have the offseason to make his decision in the transfer portal.

Miami ends the regular season at home against Pittsburgh on Saturday at 8 p.m. ET.