Maryland graduate transfer Johnny Jordan has officially announced his transfer destination and he will be moving to a different Power 5 conference.

Jordan has committed to playing at Virginia Tech of the ACC after playing four years as a Terrapin. He announced his decision via his Twitter on Saturday afternoon:

Jordan started 17 career games for Maryland, five of them during this season. Another six of the 17 starts came during the 2018 season and then he started six more games during the 2019 season.

This commit is a big one for Virginia Tech as they just lost two offensive linemen to the transfer portal. Doug Nester announced his commitment to West Virginia on Friday while Bryan Hudson is still undecided.

Before Jordan committed to Maryland, he was considered a three-star prospect on 247Sports during the 2017 recruiting cycle. He also held 19 scholarship offers during that time and was ranked as the 862nd player in the country.