It’s official, Stephen Carr is a Hoosier.

Carr recently announced that he was transferring out of USC and would be heading to Indiana, reuniting with running backs coach Deland McCullough, who was in that position with the Trojans in 2017 before moving to the Kansas City Chiefs and back to Indiana. Carr is a former 5-star prospect who adds experience, talent and depth to the running back room in Bloomington.

Thursday, Indiana officially welcomed Carr to the program with a post on Twitter. He joins a Hoosiers squad that finished 6-2 a season ago.

“I want to thank USC, Coach Helton and the entire coaching staff, the faculty and all my teammates over the years for believing in me, helping and allowing me the opportunity (to) live out a childhood dream of being a Trojan,” Carr wrote on Twitter earlier this week. “I will never forget what was accomplished here and I will never forget the great energy that moves through the campus of USC.

“However, with my last year of eligibility – I have chosen to transfer to Indiana University and finish my college career playing to my full potential and helping IU to a Big Ten Championship.”

Over the last four seasons, Carr has played in 34 career games at USC and has rushed for 1,319 yards and 12 touchdowns. He’s also totaled 421 receiving yards on 57 catches and reached the end zone one additional time.