It’s that time of year.

As teams begins their bowl preparations, some of the most talented non-seniors in college football will be asked whether they’ll choose to return to the college ranks for another season or two, or if the NFL is the next stop. For Michigan defensive lineman Chase Winovich, the option is still up in the air.

On Tuesday, the junior told Angelique Chengelis of the Detroit News that he was still undecided on whether or not he’d return to Michigan for a final season. He did say that he would have a decision in the next few weeks.

Winovich had a fantastic junior season, leading the Wolverines in sacks (8) and tackles for loss (17.5). He also ranked third on the team in total stops, tallying 74.

He recorded at least one tackles for loss in nine of the 12 games this season.

Though Winovich is still weighing the decision, he was asked if he would sit out of the bowl game if he chose to head for the NFL. But the defensive lineman denied that and said he will definitely be the on the field when Michigan takes on South Carolina in the Outback Bowl.