Student-athletes at service academies may soon have the ability to pursue a career in professional sports immediately out of college, thanks to a memorandum signed by President Donald Trump.

According to the Associated Press, Trump signed a presidential memorandum that orders the Pentagon to develop new polices as it relates to service academy student-athletes pursuing professional sports opportunities. The goal is to give those athletes immediate eligibility for graduates of the academies.

“I’m going to look at doing a waiver for service academy athletes who can get into the major leagues like the NFL, hockey, baseball,” Trumps said, per NBC. “They’ll serve their time after they’re finished with professional sports.”

Currently, service academy student-athletes must first complete their military obligations after college before pursuing a professional sports career.

Per the Associated Press, the Pentagon has 120 days to create a new plan for the service academies. There’s a possibility that the change comes prior to the NFL and NBA drafts next year.