Nick Evers made his transfer destination known on Saturday.

Evers is leaving Oklahoma and heading to Wisconsin, he announced on Twitter on Saturday. Evers spent one season at Oklahoma and saw very little playing time, playing in one game this season for the Sooners.

Evers, a Texas native, came in as the No. 9 quarterback in the class of 2022 and the No. 172 national player according to the 247Sports Composite.

Evers joins new head coach of the Badgers Luke Fickell. The two will try and get Wisconsin back on the right track after a 6-6 season this year. Wisconsin will take on Oklahoma State in the Guaranteed Rate Bowl on Dec. 27.

Evers won’t be guaranteed a starting spot, however. It’ll be interesting to see who Evers will be competing with for the starting role now that Graham Mertz is in the transfer portal. Mertz had a solid season, throwing for 2,136 yards passing and 19 touchdowns.