Arizona has lost its leading rusher to the transfer portal less than 24 hours after losing its head coach to Washington.

Reports emerged on Monday that Jonah Coleman is entering the transfer portal after two seasons with the program. 247Sports’ Jason Scheer reported that Washington was the “likely” destination. Shortly after, Coleman posted a goodbye on social media.

Coleman signed to play for Jedd Fisch out of the 2022 class. He was a 3-star prospect out of Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln, but was immediately talked about as a player who could find a role for himself right away.

The 5-foot-9 rusher played in all 12 games with two starts as a true freshman. He ran 75 times for 372 yards and four touchdowns, and he added eight receptions for 24 yards out of the backfield.

As a sophomore, Coleman stepped his game up and led the Wildcats in rushing. He finished the season fifth in the Pac-12 with 871 yards on 128 carries. He found the endzone five times and ranked third in the league in yards per carry with 6.8.

Washington needs to replace Dillon Johnson, who ran for 1,195 yards and 16 touchdowns this season. He’s off to the NFL, so Coleman could conceivably step into a featured role in Seattle.

Coleman will have three years to play two at his next school.