After Saturday night’s 49-22 loss to Oregon, Arizona coach Jedd Fisch revealed that reserve quarterback Jordan McCloud has left the team.

Fisch did not elaborate on why, saying only that he is “not on the team anymore.” A year after appearing in three games, McCloud had yet to play for the Wildcats.

McCloud, a redshirt junior from Tampa, Florida, arrived at Arizona prior to the 2021 season by way of South Florida. He appeared in 20 games for the Bulls in 2019 and 2020. His first season with the Wildcats saw him make three appearances and earn two starts.

He started his first game as a Wildcat at then-No. 3 Oregon and threw for 233 yards and a touchdown while tossing five interceptions. A week later, he completed 21 of his 30 pass attempts for 182 yards before exiting the game with an injury that proved to be season-ending.

In the offseason, Arizona brought in Jayden de Laura from the transfer portal and Noah Fifita in the 2022 freshman class. De Laura has started every game so far this year while McCloud had yet to attempt a pass. His departure leaves Gunner Cruz, Will Plummer, and Cole Tannenbaum as the other quarterbacks in the room behind de Laura and Fifita.

As a grad transfer, McCloud could enter the NCAA transfer portal prior to the December window. He’ll have two seasons of eligibility.