Michigan has found its honorary captain for the homecoming game in 2019.

According to MLive.com, Ty Law will be returning for Michigan’s homecoming game to serve as the honorary captain. Law is a three-time Super Bowl champion and a five-time Pro Bowl selection.

Law is also a 2019 member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame class.

Law spent three years at Michigan (1992-94), earning All-B1G honors two seasons and was an All-American as a junior. He totaled 154 tackles, 17 pass break-ups and six interceptions in his career with the Wolverines.

After declaring for the NFL, Law was selected in the first round of the 1995 NFL Draft. He went on to have a successful 15-year career at the professional level, spending most of that time with the New England Patriots (1995-2004). He also had stops with the New York Jets (2005, 2008), Kansas City Chiefs (2006-07) and Denver Broncos (2009).

In his professional career, Law totaled 838 tackles, 53 interceptions and seven touchdowns.

Michigan’s homecoming game in 2019 is scheduled for Oct. 5, when the Wolverines host Iowa.