One of the biggest announcements in college football now has a date. Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa’s decision about leaving for the NFL, or returning to Tuscaloosa for the 2020 season, will come Monday, according to Matt Zenitz.

As Tagovailoa recovers from a dislocated hip and subsequent surgery, he graduated from a scooter to a crutch as the Crimson Tide played in Orlando for the Citrus Bowl against Michigan.

After the win over Michigan, coach Nick Saban addressed 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 said.

At a press conference in December, Tagovailoa, who before the injury was projected to be the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft, admitted what enters into his decision-making process.

Tagovailoa said if he feels he’ll still be a Top 10 or 15 pick, it might be too tempting to stay in college.

“I think that’d be tough to pass up,” he said. “But I think there’s a lot more to it than that in some aspects. … This is probably going to be the biggest decision of my life. This is where I seek advice from what I believe and this is where I seek advice from my parents. But truly at the end of the day, the decision comes down to me, whether I feel like it’s right for me to stay or whether it’s right for me to go.

“It’s just a really, really big decision, and everybody just wants to know. That’s what makes it even bigger, I’d say.”