Ricky Stromberg, Arkansas’ senior center, announced on Tuesday that he would declare for the 2023 NFL Draft, and move on from Fayetteville after a strong career.

Stromberg, who had a chance to return for another season because of the pandemic waiver, started 44 of the 46 games he played. He was the starting center for the team’s last 25 games. Last season, Stromberg was named second-team All-SEC by the Associated Press for helping block for the top rushing attack among all Power 5 teams at 227.8 yards per game. He allowed just 7 quarterback hurries on 873 snaps.

“I want to thank Coach (Sam) Pittman, Coach (Cody) Kennedy and Coach Brad Davis and many more for helping me get to where I am today,” Stromberg wrote in a tweet. “They have pour so much into me as a player and I wouldn’t even have this opportunity without them. To the Fans of Arkansas, Thank you. You guys made the last 4 years unforgettable and I will cherish every moment I’ve had here. What that being said, I have decided to declare for the 2023 NFL Draft. Woo pig!”