The Washington State football program is set to lose some depth at wide receiver.
According to a report from CougFan.com, Kyrin Priester, a wide receiver who transferred to the Cougars from Clemson, is set to transfer from the program to finish his career elsewhere.
Last season with the Cougars, Priester recorded 34 catches for 246 yards and a touchdown.
There is no word on why Priester is transferring from Washington State, but Rivals.com reported the wide receiver was currently serving an indefinite suspension.
Priester left Clemson after being kicked off the team for an “attitude issue.”
Now, we will have to wait and see whether Priester is able to resurface elsewhere for yet another crack at getting his collegiate career off the ground.