Less than a week after he announced plans to transfer from Arkansas, forward Ethan Henderson has found a home within the SEC.

He shared on social media on Saturday that he has committed to play at Texas A&M.

Earlier in the week, he wrote on Instagram, per Hawg Sports that, “Being a Razorback for the past 3 years has been an unbelievable opportunity. Being able to play for me home state is an experience I will always remember. I want to express how grateful I am to Coach Anderson for recruiting me and to Coach Musselman for letting me further my time as a Razorback, and all my past coaches that got me to this point.

The 6-foot-8 and 210-pounder was the top player in Arkansas coming out of high school, and played 3 seasons with the Razorbacks. The Little Rock, Arkansas native this past season played in 18 games with 12 blocked shots, and had a high dunk ratio among his field goals. This past season, 7 of his 10 field goals were dunks, and 16 of the 27 in his career were dunks.

Of his 12 blocked shots for the season, 10 came in four games – 5 in two games versus Alabama (3 on the road and 2 at home) and five in two games at the SEC Tournament (2 vs Mizzou and 3 vs LSU).

The rim defender as a sophomore in 2019-20, improved down the stretch and made 6 starts in the last 7 games for Arkansas.