D.J. Matthews has announced his decision to enter the 2023 NFL Draft via Twitter.

The Hoosier receiver played three seasons at Florida State under both Willie Taggart and Mike Norvell before transferring to Indiana for his final two seasons.

Through five collegiate seasons, Matthews totaled 1,198 yards and 7 touchdowns. His best statistical season came in his final year at FSU, where he picked up 355 yards and 3 touchdowns. He battled injuries in his two seasons at Indiana.

“The commitment you all have made in ensuring my success doesn’t go unnoticed,” Matthews said in his post. “I want to thank the medical and athletic staff for their endless support in my successful recovery. My time as a Hoosier has been nothing short of amazing and the lessons I’ve learned will have a lasting impact on my life.”

Matthews likely won’t fly off the draft boards, but he should get an opportunity to prove himself at the next level. Though he has been banged up the past two seasons, Matthews showed a flash in the return game when healthy that could pay off at the next level.

“Playing in the NFL has been a lifelong dream and I am very excited to embark on this new chapter as I trust that God will order my steps,” Matthews said.