Last week, former Wisconsin WR Quintez Cephus was found not guilty on two counts of sexual assault.

The incident led to a two-game suspension to former teammate Danny Davis, who was a part of the Badger football program at the time. For Cephus, during his time as a Badger, he caught 34 passes for 595 yards and 6 TD.

So, what’s next for Cephus?

Cephus wants to apparently just get back to school. The off-the-field matters have taken care of itself. Now, it’s about school and football.

“Trying to get reinstated into school is the biggest thing right now so I can continue my education,” Cephus told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “I think everything after that will follow.”

He reportedly hasn’t decided as to whether or not he wants to be a Wisconsin Badger again. Cephus could, of course, choose another school.

If he did choose Wisconsin, Cephus would have to submit a petition after being expelled. Cephus has said that he has continued to train and wants to get back onto the football field again.

“I feel free when I’m running around and working out,” Cephus said. “I was trying to do as much of that as I could to keep myself in good mental standings.”

Only time will tell what’s next for the 6-foot-1 pass-catcher. Cephus’ last playing season was in 2017 as a sophomore.