Caedan Wallace is a veteran contributor and longtime starter for Penn State’s offensive line. On Saturday, he addressed what is next for his playing career.

In a note on social media, Wallace revealed he will not utilize an extra year of eligibility and intends to enter the 2024 NFL Draft. That is understandable with Wallace recording 4 seasons as a starter for the Nittany Lions, mainly serving as the team’s right tackle in that span.

The good news is Wallace says he will declare after the Peach Bowl with plans to play in the game. So far, draft-eligible players for Penn State have been split on whether to play or forego the bowl game.

“After much consideration, I have made the decision to declare for the 2024 NFL Draft following our upcoming competition in the 2023 Peach Bowl,” Wallace wrote in his announcement. “This decision comes with a mix of excitement and nostalgia as I leave behind the memories of Happy Valley, the 107,000 passionate fans and the unique spirit that defines this community.”

Star tight end Theo Johnson has also confirmed his intentions to play in the Peach Bowl but is off to the NFL Draft afterward. Star offensive lineman Olu Fashanu remains undecided on his future with the program.