Arizona offensive lineman Edgar Burrola has entered the transfer portal, according to Rivals.
The redshirt junior played one game for the Wildcats this season — the 38-14 home loss to San Diego State. Burrola recorded 23 snaps and had a 48.8 grade from Pro Football Focus.
2017 3-star OL Edgar Burrola has entered the portal as a grad transfer after playing in 18 games during his Arizona career; played in 1 game this fall @rivalsmike @GOAZCATScom @MattGOAZCATS https://t.co/v4yviLqsGX— NCAA Transfer Portal (@RivalsPortal) September 22, 2021
The Las Vegas native missed the 2020 season after being suspended for violating the program’s COVID-19 protocol four times.
After sitting out the 2017 season, Burrola made six appearances as a redshirt freshman in 2018 and and 11 appearances as a sophomore in 2019.
Burrola’s departure is a blow to Arizona’s depth on the offensive line, which was already one the team’s biggest weaknesses.
Through three games, the Wildcats are averaging 79 rushing yards, which is 122nd nationally and 2nd worst among all Power Five programs.
Arizona has allowed 10 sacks, worst among all Pac-12 teams.