Channing Tindall had a breakout season for the Georgia Bulldogs in 2021, becoming a leader on the national championship-winning defense.

Now, he’s going to try to parlay that big year into a spot at the next level.

As you can see below, Tindall took to Twitter on Monday night to announce he was forgoing his remaining college eligibility and entering the 2022 NFL Draft:

This year, Tindall was Georgia’s third-leading tackler, recording 67 tackles (7.5 for a loss). He also had 5.5 sacks and 1 forced fumble.

Tindall showed his prowess as a pass rusher and also showed he can stop the run in the middle of the defense. We’ll see how high his stock can climb through the pre-draft process.