Former Nebraska quarterback Luke McCaffrey has officially enrolled at Louisville.

McCaffrey announced he would be transferring to Louisville back in February, but the program made it official on Wednesday.

“I’m excited about him joining our program and competing at the quarterback position.” Louisville coach Scott Satterfield said in a release.

McCaffrey primarily served as Nebraska’s backup quarterback last season. He was more effective as a rusher than a passer — totaling 354 yards and three touchdowns on 56 carries.

As a passer, he averaged just 6.1 yards per attempt and had a 1:6 TD:INT ratio.

McCaffrey is likely to be Louisville’s backup in 2021. Cardinals starting quarterback Malik Cunningham is returning after a breakout season through the air and with his legs. His quarterback efficiency rating was 150.3 and he also rushed for 609 yards.

McCaffrey’s brother, Dylan, also transferred from a Big Ten school this offseason. Dylan left Michigan to join his father, Ed, at the University of Northern Colorado.