Cordarrian Richardson, one of the highest ranked running backs in the 2017 recruiting class, still plans to be an Aggie.

Despite playing for UCF in 2017, it was reported that the Memphis native planned to play in College Station in 2018. However, Richardson stayed in Orlando for spring football following that report.

Now it appears the former four-star recruit will finally head to College Station to play for Jimbo Fisher’s Aggies. According to Brian Perroni of 247Sports, Richardson has confirmed he will soon be heading to College Station.

”I’m going to be at Texas A&M this summer,” Richardson said according to Perroni. “I’ll be there sometime in June.”

Richardson’s Twitter feed is full of retweets to the 247Sports article.

During his high school career, Richardson rushed for 4,395 yards and 35 touchdowns for Trezevant in Memphis. He was rated as the No. 9 running back in the nation for 2017. He was once committed to Clemson and Maryland before landing at UCF.