When Roquan Smith’s name is called at the podium of the 2018 NFL Draft by Roger Goodell, the 2017 Butkus Award winner will be there to shake the NFL commissioner’s hand and accept this first professional jersey.

That news has been confirmed by Smith Wednesday as Georgia’s All-American revealed he will be in Arlington for the upcoming draft after being invited there by the NFL. Typically held in New York, the NFL has been taking the draft to new sites in recent years to much success. The NFL annually invites the elite prospects of the draft to attend the event.

Smith left school early to declare for the 2018 NFL Draft and is expected to be among the first defensive players taken during the event. He started every game for the Bulldogs last season and made a team-high 137 tackles. He appeared in 40 games during his three-year career in Athens. The linebacker made the announcement during Georgia’s on-campus Pro Day event.

While Smith doesn’t have any idea where he will begin his NFL career, he’ll at least be on hand to meet with his new team immediately after his selection.