Maryland’s freshman running back who spent the last four games of the season on suspension following an assault arrest will apparently be back on the field for the season-opener next year.

After the Terrapins’ 36-30 loss to Boston College in the Quick Lane Bowl, Lorenzo Harrison III sent out of series of tweets implying his suspension was over when the game ended in Detroit:

Harrison played in nine games in his freshman season, rushing for 633 yards and five TDs on 88 carries. He averaged 7.2 yards per game this year. His top performance came against Michigan State, rushing for 105 yards and a TD in a win.

He was suspended after shooting at students and pedestrians with airsoft guns and being charged with assault. There’s been no word from head coach D.J Durkin or the University on the matter.

Maryland is scheduled to open the 2017 slate on the road against Texas on Sept. 2.