Recently, Arkansas S Reid Miller announced his intentions to transfer from the Razorbacks and pursue other options.

This week, he decided on a new squad, and it’s a team that plays in the FCS ranks.

According to 406MTsports.com, Miller will head to Montana to finish his career. He said the Grizzlies have been on his radar for a while:

“Even in high school I knew about the history of Montana football,” Miller said. “From a young age I knew they were a really good program and made the playoffs consistently every year.

“… Coach Hauck’s a great guy, a great coach and I’ve heard a lot of things about him. He and Coach (Bret) Bielema, my old coach who recruited me, had a good relationship. They talked and that’s how it started.”

As a graduate transfer, Miller will be able to play right away. He’ll have one year of eligibility remaining as he suits up for the Grizzlies this fall.

In three years with the Razorbacks, he has 20 total tackles, appearing in eight games.