Carlos Del Rio-Wilson, a former Florida quarterback, who announced his intention to transfer about a month, has shared his new team.

Del Rio-Wilson committed to Syracuse, he announced on social media.

Del Rio-Wilson’s decision to leave Florida became evident after spring practice when he was the third quarterback for the Gators. Anthony Richardson and sophomore backup Jack Miller were clearly ahead of him on the depth chart. Del Rio-Wilson saw limited action near the end of the spring game. Along with Richardson and Miller, redshirt freshman Jalen Kitna and freshman Max Brown are the other quarterbacks expected to be on the roster this fall.

Coming out of high school, the Cartersville, Georgia native was a 4-star prospect according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings, and ranked as the No. 16 QB in the country and the No. 14 overall prospect in Georgia.

“I think he just observed spring practice and felt like a change of scenery would be good for him in terms of competing and finding an opportunity to play,” coach Billy Napier said, per Gators Wire. “And I can relate to that. I was a quarterback, and you want to play. You want it to be your team at some point. I respect that decision and we’re fully supportive and help him with everything he can do going forward.”