Former Texas defensive back and 2017 Thorpe Award finalist DeShon Elliott is apparently not happy with how he was treated by the Longhorns’ staff when he decided to end his collegiate career early.

Check out these strong messages the former Longhorn standout issued toward Herman and his current staff:

Elliott’s anger seems to be toward head coach Tom Herman and other staff members who were not specifically named in the tweet published on Wednesday morning.

Herman had five juniors declare early for the NFL Draft in 2017, and Elliott did not seem alone in his resentment. Former Longhorn OL Connor Williams also chimed in to agree with Elliott.

Elliott went on to say, “we lead your team the best we could before making a decision to better our families. Which I believe you would do the same. If you really ‘loved’ your players the way you portray, then you wouldn’t continually talk bad about them behind closed doors. Bad mouthing us to our brothers who we played for and cried and sweat for way before you stepped on campus.”

The former Texas star decided to declare for the NFL Draft after his junior season in 2017, in which he recorded 63 tackles and led the Longhorns with 6 interceptions. He was selected in the sixth round at pick No. 190 by the Chicago Bears.