Justin Fields doesn’t want to speak on why he decided to leave Georgia, and with his eligibility for the 2019 season still in the hands of the NCAA, that’s probably a wise decision. But the former five-star quarterback says he’s all business at Ohio State.

On National Signing Day, Fields met with the media to discuss his decision to come to Columbus. Why he didn’t get into the specifics about his decision to depart from Athens, he said that Ohio State had a more “player-friendly environment” than what he experienced at Georgia.

Fields also said that coming to Columbus was a “business decision” and that head coach Ryan Day made no guarantees about playing time.

Of course, with Tate Martell out of the picture, Fields is leader in the clubhouse to land the starting job if the NCAA grants his waiver and he’s immediately eligible. The former five-star gunslinger is the highest-rated prospect ever to land at Ohio State.

Fields also said that he’s not quite sure when the NCAA will have a decision regarding his eligibility, but he hopes one is coming soon.

Last year, Fields appeared in 12 games with the Bulldogs, throwing for 328 yards and four touchdowns. He also rushed for 266 yards and four touchdowns.