Indiana defensive lineman Jovan Swann has officially declared for the 2021 NFL Draft.

He announced his decision via his Twitter on Tuesday evening with a heartfelt goodbye to the Hoosiers:

Swann transferred to Indiana for the 2020 season after playing three seasons with Stanford. He only had four total tackles (two solo) with a pass defended despite playing in every game.

Before his time as a Hoosier, his best season as a Cardinal came in 2019. He had 31 total tackles (21 solo) with four sacks and one pass defended. His 2018 season was almost just as good as he had 29 total tackles (16 solo) with 4.5 sacks and one pass defended.

Overall for Swann’s career, he finishes his collegiate career with 90 total tackles (52 solo) with 10 sacks, one interception, and three passes defended.

Swann will likely be getting replaced by newcomer Ryder Anderson, who’s transferring to the school from Ole Miss. It was announced on Indiana’s official website on Tuesday afternoon. Anderson played in 37 games while he was at Ole Miss.