There’s been some confusion recently about Alabama linebacker Dylan Moses’ plans for next year. Will he return to Alabama or head to the NFL?

He first shared that he would return to Alabama; however, his return came into question due to an insurance policy his family took out on him prior to his fall camp injury that cost him the entire 2019 season.

On Friday afternoon, Moses released his final plans and cleared up the remaining confusion, saying that he would return to Alabama for 2020. This is obviously massive news for the Tide’s defense from an impact, talent and leadership perspective. Moses was one of the big missing pieces to the Tide’s struggling defense this season.

Earlier this week, Nick Saban explained Moses’ decision to return to Alabama next year instead of going to the NFL.

“I think the big thing with Dylan, he wanted to be a part of the team,” Saban said. “He wanted to be a leader of the team, he wanted to come back and play well for Alabama and that was probably the deciding factor for him. Obviously, he’s a great player, great person and a good leader and he can make a significant impact on making us better next year.”

He shared the news on Twitter: