Ohio State then-sophomore safety Brendon White (25) intercepts a pass in the second half of the game against Michigan on Nov. 24, 2018. Ohio State won 62-39. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo Editor

Ohio State junior safety Brendon White didn’t make the trip to the Big Ten Championship for what head coach Ryan Day said were “personal reasons.”

Now, White has entered his name into the transfer portal, according to multiple reports.

White was thought to be Ohio State’s first string “bullet” ahead of the year, a safety-linebacker hybrid position teased by the Buckeye coaching staff since this past spring, but his play has been limited. White has made 19 tackles in 11 games this season.

White was fifth on the team with 46 tackles a season ago and was named the defensive MVP of the Rose Bowl following an eight-tackle performance against Washington.

An Ohio State spokesperson said there is no official word on White’s transfer as of now.