Chibueze Nwanna has found a new home to continue his college playing career.

The former Razorback announced his decision to leave Arkansas back in December after two seasons in Fayetteville. Nwanna failed to see the field during the 2019 season, his first with the Razorbacks and opted out leading up to the start of the 2020 season.

Now Nwanna has decided to make the move to Charlotte. Interestingly, Arkansas added former Charlotte lineman and Texas native Ty’Kieast Crawford this offseason.

So this essentially turned out to be an exchange of players.

Here is Nwanna’s bio listed on the official Arkansas team site:

2019 (JUNIOR): Did not play during the 2019 season.

PRIOR TO ARKANSAS: Three-star prospect by Rivals and 247Sports … Rated as the No. 5 offensive tackle in the country among the junior college ranks and fourth overall in the state of Maryland by 247Sports … Played his freshman season at Lackawanna Community College in Scranton, Pennsylvania … Helped the Falcons to 424 points over 11 games, averaging 38.5 per game … Blocked for an offense that racked up 4,415 yards, 401.4 per game, with 2,243 rushing yards for a 203.9 clip per contest … Propelled Lackawanna to a No. 6 ranking and an 11-0 record, including an El Toro Bowl win over No. 19 Arizona Western on Dec. 1 … Spent his high school career at Northwestern HS in Hyattsville, Maryland … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Louisville, Cincinnati, Maryland and others.