Washington receiver Jabez Tinae has left the program, according to multiple reports.

Tinae was a 4-star prospect in the 2021 recruiting class. However, injuries have kept him from establishing himself as a consistent player in Washington’s wide receiver corps.

RealDawgHuskies.com’s Mike Martin reports that Tinae “presumably” will leave the program as a medical retiree.

Tinae’s injuries continued to hamper him as recently as this spring. He was unable to participate in spring practice in 2023. He played in just 1 game during his time with the Huskies.

Tinae attended Kennedy Catholic High School, which also produced former Washington quarterback and 5-star prospect Sam Huard. Tinae was the No. 298 overall player and the No. 45 wide receiver nationally in his class, per 247Sports Composite rankings.

Washington does still have plenty of depth at the wide receiver position. The Huskies’ wide receiver group is led by Jalen McMillan and Rome Odunze.

Washington opens the 2023 season against Boise State on Sept. 2.