The Southeastern Conference’s leading rusher is off to the NFL.

Mississippi State junior running back Kylin Hill announced on Thursday he plans to forgo his senior season in Starkville and will declare for the 2020 NFL Draft a year early.

While many players are deciding to leave school early and not play in their bowl games, Hill is not taking that route, he will play in the upcoming Music City Bowl against Louisville.

Hill led the SEC in rushing this season with 1,347 yards on the ground along with 10 touchdowns. Hill has racked up 2,474 total rushing yards and 16 touchdowns in his three seasons at Mississippi State.

He announced his decision with the following graphic: