Michigan defensive tackle Maurice Hurst hasn’t decided whether or not he’ll play in the Outback Bowl on New Year’s Day.

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press tweeted on Thursday that Hurst was up in the air about playing in the postseason. Hurst, one of the top defensive tackles in the country this season, is still weighing his options.

Hurst will talk with his family about the decision.

Michigan is slated to play South Carolina in the Outback Bowl.

Hurst finished the season with 59 tackles, 13.5 stops for loss and five sacks for the Wolverines this season. He was one of the highest graded defensive tackles, according to Pro Football Focus.

Hurst doesn’t plan to make a decision to quickly and will take the time to weight the pros and cons on each side. Several of the top athletes have decided to forego bowl games to avoid injury which could alter their draft status.

Michigan’s defensive line has been regarded as one of the best in the B1G, thanks in large part to Hurst.