Blake Corum shared a farewell message to Michigan as he declared for the 2024 NFL Draft.

We’ve known for a while that Corum planned on leaving. Back in November when the Wolverines hosted the Purdue Boilermakers, Corum said the game was his last night game in the Big House.

Now, the star running back has made it official by posting a goodbye video.

In the emotional farewell, Corum stressed that he wants to be remembered as “a great Michigan man,” and not just for his play on the field. Corum also stated that he was thankful for the “2-4 season and the undefeated season.”

Corum ends his Michigan tenure as a legend. The RB helped get Michigan its first title in over 25 years and earned National Championship Game MVP honors in the win over Washington. Through 4 seasons in Ann Arbor, Corum racked up 3,737 rushing yards with 58 rushing touchdowns.