Now that he’s officially eligible to play in 2019, Justin Fields is eager to talk about what a great and welcoming place Georgia was during his lone season in Athens.

Considering Georgia has signed a top 10 class for about 20 consecutive seasons, who knew that was even up for debate until now?

If you missed the news, Fields has been granted his waiver to play immediately in 2019 by the NCAA. This comes after Fields left Georgia after failing to overtake Jake Fromm and earn the starting quarterback duties in Athens. Fields left the program immediately after the conclusion of Georgia’s season.

Following the NCAA’s decision to let Fields play in 2019, the Ohio State quarterback released the following statement, which he says will be the final time he addresses his transfer: