The destination has changed, but Brandon Frazier will get to play in a Chad Morris-coached offense after all. The McKinney North (Texas) tight end announced his pledge to Auburn on Friday evening in a video posted on his Twitter account.

Listed at 6-7, 247 pounds, Frazier is rated the No. 9 tight end, No. 51 Texas product and No. 343 prospect overall in the class of 2020 on the 247Composite. Back on May 28, 2019, Frazier committed to be part of Arkansas’ 2020 class when Morris was the head coach. Frazier decommitted from the Razorbacks on Nov. 12, 2019 following Morris’ firing. Morris is now the offensive coordinator at Auburn.

Since Frazier’s decommitment, Pittsburgh, Virginia Tech, USC, Maryland, Florida State, Ole Miss and Texas Tech extended scholarship offers. After December’s Early Signing Period came and went, Frazier revealed a final four of Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn and Texas Tech. He visited AU on Jan. 17 and welcomed Morris, Gus Malzahn and Larry Porter at his home earlier this week for a visit.

Frazier is commitment No. 25 for Auburn’s 2020 class, which currently ranks No. 5 in the SEC and No. 7 nationally on the Composite. Frazier and Deandre Butler are the only verbal commitments in the class yet to sign (10 early enrollees, 13 signees).