Zach Evans, the former TCU running back who had an eventful recruitment, is reportedly headed back to the SEC.

Evans, a one-time Georgia signee, appears headed to Ole Miss, which is the favorite to land him, Matt Zenitz of On3 Sports reported. Him returning to TCU had been viewed as a possibility but that now seems unlikely to happen.

The former 5-star running back spent 2 seasons in Fort Worth, and finished his Horned Frog career with 1,063 yards and 9 touchdowns on 7.3 yards per carry. Evans averaged 7 yards per carry this season on 93 attempts, but didn’t play since an Oct. 23 game against West Virginia. This season, he had 648 yards and 5 touchdowns.

Two years ago, Evans told reporters at the Under Armour All-American Game that he signed with a college team during the Early Signing Period, and it turned out to be Georgia. However, Evans did not announce his college decision as previously scheduled during the all-star game. Evans said postgame he “can’t answer” questions about his college decision.

Georgia ultimately gave Evans an unconditional release.