Tyler Nubin has made up his mind for next season.

Nubin officially announced Friday that he intends to return to Minnesota for the 2023 season. The Golden Gopher defensive back posted to his Twitter account a video telling fans he “isn’t done yet.”

This past season, Nubin starred in the Golden Gophers’ secondary as their leading turnover machine. In 13 games, the junior recorded a team-high 4 interceptions to go along with 3 pass deflections and 55 tackles. Nubin led the charge for a defense that finished ranked 8th nationally in coverage, allowing opponents to average 173.7 yards per game through the air.

Here’s what Nubin said in the video below:

“My experience at this university has been nothing short of amazing,” said Nubin. “From winning the bell to taking home the axe, countless bowl victories. I’ve created memories that will last me a lifetime. But I’m not done yet.”

Due to the COVID-19 eligibility waiver, Nubin was allowed to return for another season despite being a role player for 4 seasons in P.J. Fleck’s defense. One of the more forgotten teams in B1G play, Minnesota’s defense finished 6th nationally in total yards allowed (279.5), and 7th in opponent’s passer rating (108.59)

The Golden Gophers finished the season 8-4 and currently are awaiting their bowl assignment to close out the 2022 season.