Michigan cornerback David Long won’t return to Ann Arbor in 2019, declaring for the NFL Draft on Wednesday afternoon. He made the announcement via Twitter.

Long’s decision comes just a few days after the Wolverines were defeated by Florida in the Peach Bowl.

“I know that great things are ahead for Michigan football,” Long wrote. “I also know that my ultimate dream has always been to play in the NFL. As such, I am choosing to pursue that dream and officially declare for the 2019 NFL Draft.”

Long appeared in all 13 games for the Wolverines, making 17 tackles, recording one interception and eight pass break-ups. He ends his career at Michigan with three picks, 39 stops and 14 pass break-ups.

In Michigan’s Peach Bowl matchup against Florida, Long finished with two tackles as the Gators posted a 41-15 victory. The Wolverines ended the year 10-3.