LaBryan Ray has flashed plenty of potential over his 5-year Alabama career, but injuries and ineffectiveness have kept him from becoming a true star.

He could return to school for a sixth year of eligibility in 2022, but it appears his college career is coming to an end.

Per Alabama reporter Mike Rodak, Ray has accepted an invite to the East-West Shrine Game, thus indicating he does not plan to return to Alabama:

This past season, Ray appeared in 11 games, recording 11 tackles (3 for a loss) and 1 sack. He had 6.5 sacks throughout his Alabama career.

His numbers won’t impress many NFL scouts, but we’ll see if he can improve his draft stock in the Shrine Bowl and throughout the pre-draft process.