EJ Jarvis is heading to the SEC.

The Yale starting forward has committed to play for Florida. He chose Todd Golden’s Gators over Cal, Georgia Tech, Georgetown, Miami, Northwestern, Notre Dame and VCU.

Jarvis shared the big news on his Twitter account Friday.

Jarvis heads to Gainesville after 3 seasons at Yale. His college career began in 2019-20, the season that ended before the NCAA Tournament due to COVID-19. Ivy League schools then did not compete in any sports during the 2020-21 academic year due to the ongoing pandemic.

As a freshman, Jarvis was a bench contributor in 10 games, averaging 4.3 minutes per contest. His playing time would steadily increase as he matured.

In 2021-22, Jarvis was up to 17 minutes per game, making 5 starts in 22 total appearances. He became a regular starter this past season. In 29 games (21 starts), Jarvis averaged 11.4 points and 5.5 rebounds over 22.3 minutes per game.

Golden is reshaping his UF roster coming off of a 16-17 first season that ended with an NIT loss to UCF. Five Gator players entered the NCAA transfer portal. Star big man Colin Castleton and contributing guards Myreon Jones and Kyle Lofton completed their college eligibility.