It appears Chase Rogers will finally get his chance to compete in the Southeastern Conference.

A former Tennessee commit, Rogers did not end up playing with the Volunteers after decommitting leading up to 2017’s National Signing Day and instead enrolled at Louisiana-Lafayette.

While that likely wasn’t the destination Rogers envisioned for himself during his prolific high school career, David Johnson of 247Sports is reporting that the tight end is leaving Louisiana-Lafayette and plans to join the Ole Miss program. Rogers will not be eligible for the 2019 season and is currently rehabbing after suffering a broken foot.

Rogers is set to be a redshirt sophomore in 2019.

The former St. Stanislaus standout from Bay Saint Louis, Miss., played with current LSU backup quarterback Myles Brennen in high school.┬áTogether, the two put up some ridiculous numbers at St. Stanislaus as Rogers ended his high school career as Mississippi’s all-time high school leading receiver with 216 receptions, 3,729 receiving yards and 44 receiving touchdowns.

Despite only playing in eight games his freshman season at Louisiana-Lafayette, Rogers was honored as a third-team All-Sun Belt Conference selection. Rogers was rated as a three-star prospect and the nation’s No. 30 overall tight end in the 2017 recruiting cycle.