Former four-star receiver and Nebraska commit Keyshawn Johnson Jr. will not be returning to play for the Huskers.

On Friday afternoon, Johnson tweeted out a brief message stating that he would not be making a return to Lincoln and would instead pursue opportunities at other programs. Johnson, who was a member of Nebraska’s 2017 class and committed to head coach Mike Riley, was pulled out of the university by his father, Keyshawn Johnson Sr., after being cited with marijuana possession.

He left the program before playing a single down for the Cornhuskers.

Johnson’s plan was to return to the program for the 2018 season, but things changed once Mike Riley and the Nebraska coaching staff was fired at the end of the season.

Since he missed the entirety of the 2017 season, Johnson will have four years of eligibility remaining.

As a recruit, Johnson was tabbed as a four-star wide receiver and ranked in the top 50 in his position. Johnson didn’t provide any potential landing spots. Being a California native and with his father playing at USC, the Trojans might be a favorite to land the talented prospect.

In addition to his offer from Nebraska, programs like Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Georgia and Florida State all showed interest in Johnson.