Former Nebraska wide receiver Jaron Woodyard decided to leave the program and pursue an opportunity elsewhere. After hitting the NCAA transfer portal, the ex-Husker has decided where he’ll finish his career.

On Wednesday night, Woodyard announced that he will be finishing his college football career at Marshall. He made his announcement public with a post on Twitter.

Woodyard spent two seasons at Nebraska, using the 2019 campaign as a redshirt year. He came to Lincoln after spending two years at Arizona Western Community College and will have one year of eligibility remaining.

In 2018, his first season with the program, Woodyard appeared in eight games, making one catch for 10 yards. He also fielded four kickoffs for a total of 50 yards. This past season, Woodyard played in three contests and had three receptions for nine yards.

As a graduate transfer, Woodyard will be immediately eligible for the Thundering Herd in the 2020 season.