After an impressive late-season surge, questions began to emerge on whether Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough would leave the program early and test his chances in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft.

Those questions have been answered.

Scarbrough, the Crimson Tide’s third-leading rusher behind Damien Harris and quarterback Jalen Hurts, went for 180 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries (9.7 ypc) against Washington during the Crimson Tide’s 24-7 College Football semifinal victory last weekend.

That gave him 361 yards and four touchdowns over his last three games after rushing for 358 and five scores through nine previous appearance for the 2016 season.

Though he won’t be heading to the NFL this year, one could imagine that he’ll be an exciting draft prospect in 2018.