Geno Lewis will not finish his collegiate career in Happy Valley.

The fourth-year receiver announced via Twitter that he’ll be transferring from Penn State and he’ll play football elsewhere in his final year of eligibility. Lewis graduated in December, which means he’ll be allowed to play immediately in 2016.

Lewis also announced that he’ll be spending his final year at Oklahoma, where he’ll get a chance to play for one of the nation’s most high-powered offenses and Heisman hopeful Baker Mayfield.

Lewis came into 2015 as Penn State’s second-leading receiver, but he took a back seat to the likes of Chris Godwin and DaeSean Hamilton. In his 13 games of limited action, Lewis recorded 17 catches for 196 yards and three touchdowns.

He finished his PSU career with 90 catches for 1,181 yards and eight touchdowns. Lewis did get into the end zone in his last game with the Lions in the TaxSlayer Bowl.

Penn State was already dealing with some major changes on the offensive side of the ball. First-year offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead will take over a unit that will have to replace three-year starting quarterback Christian Hackenberg.

The Lions do return freshman All-American tailback Saquon Barkley, along with Godwin and Hamilton.