It all comes full circle for Hunter Johnson.

Steve Wiltfong of 247Sports reported on Monday that Johnson will be returning to Clemson to conclude his college football career. The former 5-star prospect entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal after spending the past four seasons at Northwestern.

Johnson initially committed to Clemson, where he spent the 2017 season. After just one year with the Tigers, the quarterback explored his options and eventually transferred to Northwestern.

Johnson had to sit out of the 2018 season because of transfer rules but was in the mix for the starting job during both the 2019 and 2021 seasons for the Wildcats. In 2019, Northwestern brought in former Indiana quarterback Peyton Ramsey to lead the offense.

Though Johnson started at different points throughout his career in Evanston, he was never able to secure the job permanently. Over the course of his three seasons with the program, Johnson has thrown for 856 yards and 5 touchdowns.

Last year, Johnson threw for 424 yards, 4 touchdowns and 4 interceptions.

Johnson will have one year of eligibility remaining in his return to Clemson.