Kenny McIntosh appears to be moving on after 4 seasons at Georgia. The Senior Bowl announced Monday that McIntosh has accepted his invitation to play in the postseason all-star game for players gearing up for the NFL Draft.

McIntosh is part of a class of 4th-year seniors who have the option to return for a “super senior” season thanks to the NCAA’s COVID-19 waiver that did not count the 2020 season against players’ eligibility. McIntosh will be passing on the extra year and going pro.

McIntosh is ending his Georgia career on a tear. A contributor as a runner and receiver, McIntosh has gone over 100 total yards in recent outings against Kentucky (162), Georgia Tech (182) and Ohio State (126). In his senior season, McIntosh has 142 carries for 779 yards and 10 touchdowns, along with 42 catches for 505 yards and 2 scores.

McIntosh will look to go out with a bang when Georgia faces TCU in the College Football Playoff National Championship on Jan. 9.