Henry To’o To’o, Alabama’s leading tackler for the 2021 season with 112 tackles, has announced his plans for the 2022 season.

To’o To’o, in an Instagram post, wrote that Alabama is home now for the Tennessee transfer after God put him in a place that welcomed him with open arms.

“This place has helped me grow as a player and as a man and has introduced me to a group of teammates that will be my brothers for life,” he wrote.

He wrote that things didn’t end how any of them wanted, and because of that, the Crimson Tide didn’t reach their ultimate goal.

“And I can’t leave my brothers now knowing that we have unfinished business to attend to. Let’s go to work in 2022,” he wrote.

The junior from Sacramento, California (De La Salle) also had 8 tackles for a loss with 4 sacks. He made 6 tackles on Monday against Georgia, and had double-digit tackle games against Arkansas, Ole Miss and Mississippi State.

In the SEC Championship, he tallied 7 tackles for a defense that forced 2 UGA turnovers and held the Bulldogs to 24 points. Against, Cincinnati, he registered 5 tackles and broke up one pass in the Cotton Bowl.