Tua Tagovailoa’s future is up in the air.

While it’s likely that the Alabama quarterback will declare for the upcoming NFL draft, it hasn’t been ruled out that he could return to the Crimson Tide for one more season. And the players and coaches at Alabama would surely be glad to have Tagovailoa back.

After the Crimson Tide’s Citrus Bowl win over Michigan, head coach Nick Saban briefly discussed Tagovailoa’s future at his postgame press conference.

“I think that’s a decision he and his family need to make, and I’m sure when they make it, they’ll let everyone know,” Saban told the media.

It’s a decision that Tagovailoa will have to make within the next three weeks, though. The deadline for college players to declare for the 2020 NFL Draft is Jan. 20.

If Tagovailoa heads to the pros, he should be a first-round draft pick, and he’ll likely be selected early on the first night. Although his season ended with a hip injury, he had an impressive year for Alabama, passing for 2,840 yards, 33 touchdowns and only three interceptions.

Mac Jones went 16-for-25 for 327 yards and three touchdowns in the Citrus Bowl, so the Crimson Tide’s offense should be in good hands if Tagovailoa doesn’t return.