Michigan Wolverines kicker Quinn Nordin is officially entering the 2021 NFL Draft. He signed with Shark Sports Management earlier Tuesday afternoon which made it official:

Nordin kicked at Michigan for four years and put up some pretty impressive numbers during his tenure. He’s third all-time in field goals made as a Wolverine with 42 and he’s also third in all-time points with 245.

His best statistical season came during his freshman season in 2017 when he was 19-for-24 for field goals. That ended up equaling 79.2%. His next best season after that was in 2019 where he was 10-for-13 (76.9%).

Nordin’s career-long as a Wolverine is 57 yards, which is also a school record. That came in last year’s Citrus Bowl against Alabama.

This season, he only played in four games but was just 2-for-5 from field goal range. He did make all 12 of his extra-point attempts though. We’ll have to see which team picks Nordin up as he moves on to the next level.