Prior to the start of the 2011 season, Shakim Phillips decided to transfer out of the Boston College football program and ultimately landed at UConn. Nearly three years later, the wide receiver’s playing career may be coming full circle.

Earlier this afternoon, first-year UConn head coach Bob Diaco confirmed speculation that’s been percolating the past couple of days that Phillips has decided to leave the team. He may not be team-less for long, however, as the Boston Herald‘s Adam Kurkjian tweeted that the player was on the BC campus Tuesday.

As a graduate, Phillips would be eligible to play at any FBS school in 2014. With transfer Tyler Murphy set at quarterback, BC Interruption writes that the addition of Phillips would be a boon to a depleted BC receiving corps.