Jarek Broussard made an announcement on social media Tuesday. It looks like the Michigan State RB is moving on.

Broussard is officially heading to the 2023 NFL Draft. Broussard transferred to East Lansing from Colorado this season. Broussard played in all 12 games for the Spartans in 2022 with 298 yards rushing, 48 yards receiving, and 3 touchdowns on the ground.

Here’s Broussard’s statement about his decision to leave Michigan State:

“First, I want to thank the University of Colorado and Michigan State University for giving me the opportunity to live out my dreams and play college football. Secondly, I want to thank every coach and teammate who has been a part of my journey. With that being said, I’m officially declaring for the 2023 NFL Draft.”

Broussard finished third on the team in rushing yards, just behind Elijah Collins (318) and former Wisconsin transfer Jalen Berger (683).

Michigan State will be missing bowl season after a 5-7 finish to the year.