Jayden Reed isn’t done with Michigan State just yet. The receiving yards leader is coming back for another year in East Lansing.

Reed had 1,026 yards receiving with 10 touchdowns and led the Spartans in receptions as well with 59 on the year. He announced that he will using his last year eligibility to come back for another season from his Twitter account on Tuesday.

Here’s what Reed had to say to Michigan State fans:

“Since I was a child I’ve being dreaming of playing in the NFL and I am one step closer to my goal,” said Reed. “After long talks with God, my family, coaches, and friends I’ve come to a final decision to return to Michigan State and use my last year of eligibility. We have unfinished business to take care of. See you in 2022!”

Reed has been with the Spartans since 2019. He started his college career at Western Michigan in 2018 and then transferred to Michigan State in May of 2019.  So far, he’s played in 20 games for the Spartans, and will be back for many more.

This is some very good news if you’re a fan of Michigan State.