Divaad Wilson has announced where he will be continuing his college football playing career and he found an interesting way to do it.

The South Florida native cited his desire to return closer to home after announcing his decision to leave Kirby Smart’s program and after a weekend trip down to Gainesville after leaving Georgia, Wilson has decided it was in his best interest to leave the Southeastern Conference and play for UCF.

Wilson issued the graphic below to announce his decision. The half Joker face certainly was an interesting way to go.

Last season, Wilson appeared in 13 games for the Bulldogs, registering 24 tackles and one interception during his redshirt freshman season.

A product of Miami Northwestern High School, Wilson was rated as a consensus four-star prospect in the 2018 recruiting cycle and signed with Georgia over scholarship offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State and Ohio State, among others.

Here is the graphic Wilson shared to announce his transfer to UCF: