Shea Patterson made his decision to finish his college football career at Michigan awhile ago. But the Wolverines made everything official on Tuesday.

The official Twitter account of Michigan Football tweeted out that Patterson was officially a member of the program, welcoming him to Ann Arbor. It’s still unknown whether or not he’ll be eligible to play immediately.

Patterson threw for 2,259 yards and 17 touchdowns in seven games with Ole Miss last season, but missed the final five games due to injury. Still, the gunslinger accounted for more passing yards than all three of Michigan’s quarterbacks in 2017.

Many believe Patterson could be the missing piece to the Wolverines’ struggling offense.

Patterson chose to transfer after the NCAA levied postseason sanctions on Ole Miss for violations. There’s some hope that Patterson will be eligible to play immediately, but NCAA transfer rules might force him to sit out the 2018 season.

But for now, fans of the Maize and Blue should be happy that one of the top SEC quarterbacks is officially a member of the Wolverines.