After missing the vast majority of the spring with a foot injury he suffered during the camp's opening workout, Texas Longhorns wideout Jake Smith was expected to be a big part of Steve Sarkisian's offense in the fall. 

However, that all changed on Tuesday when Smith elected to enter the NCAA's transfer portal. 

Smith, who was thought to be a front runner for the primary slot receiver in Sarkisian's new offense before his spring practice injury, now joins an extensive list of Longhorns players to enter the portal since the exit of Tom Herman. 

Those transfers include linebacker Juwan Mitchell, tight end Malcolm Epps, and running back Keaontay Ingram, among others.