Stetson Bennett IV, starting quarterback for national champion Georgia, is returning for 2022. There was speculation that the former walk-on might go out on top after leading the Bulldogs to victory in the College Football Playoff National Championship game, but he announced Wednesday he’s coming back for another year.

Bennett made the announcement on his Instagram story.

Bennett was named Offensive MVP of the Orange Bowl after completing 20 of 30 passes for 313 yards and 3 touchdowns against Michigan. He again won Offensive MVP of the CFP Championship Game for his performance against Alabama on Jan. 10.

Bennett began his college football career in 2017, walking on at Georgia and redshirting. He transferred to play JUCO football at Jones College for the 2018 season. He returned to UGA in 2019 as a redshirt sophomore. The NCAA’s “COVID waiver” for the 2020 season allows Bennett to play a sixth season as a “super senior.”

Bennett’s decision comes on the same day that JT Daniels, a former 5-star recruit who transferred from USC to Georgia ahead of the 2020 season, has officially entered the NCAA transfer portal. It was reported Monday that Daniels was expected to enter the portal.