While Texas A&M’s hire of Buzz Williams has been universally praised, Admon Gilder doesn’t plan on sticking around College Station to find out what it’s like to play for the new Aggie coach.

That’s according to reports from Jeff Goodman of Stadium and Evan Daniels of 247Sports, who note the senior is leaving Texas A&M as a graduate transfer this offseason after missing all of last season after it was revealed Gilder was dealing with a blood clot. Gilder has since been cleared to return to the court by doctors for next season.

During his sophomore and junior seasons, Gilder appeared in 61 games for the Aggies, which included 59 starts. He averaged 13.7 points per game as a sophomore and 12.3 as a junior.

Coming out of Madison High School in Dallas, Gilder was named 2015 Gatorade Texas Player of the Year and a Parade All-American.