Charles Moore’s time at Auburn was brief. Now, the former 4-star defensive line recruit has decided on a new school.

On Thursday, Moore announced on Twitter that he is heading to Oregon State:

https://twitter.com/CharlesMoore_11/status/1192543392414044160?s=20

Moore was a member of Auburn’s 2019 signing class. He was with the Tigers for their first three games of the season, but he never saw any action. Then, in mid-September, he decided to leave the program.

A 6-foot-4, 268-pound defensive lineman from Louisville, Miss., Moore was the No. 6 strong-side defensive end in the 2019 class per the 247sports Composite rankings. He was the No. 69 overall recruit.

Moore chose Auburn over Florida and Florida State, but he also signed with Jones County Community College. However, it later turned out that that was a backup plan while he was awaiting a final grade for a class, so he ended up with the Tigers.

Now, Moore is heading to the other side of the country as he’ll join Oregon State in the Pac-12.