The morning after Texas A&M’s come-from-behind 24-21 victory over Oklahoma State, former Aggies running back Jashaun Corbin announced his transfer destination.

Corbin will return to the Sunshine State and attend Florida State University under new head coach Mike Norvell.

Reports surfaced nearly two weeks ago that Corbin had entered the NCAA Transfer Portal, and now, it appears he’ll be playing for FSU. Corbin suffered a season-ending injury in 2019, and freshman Isaiah Spiller had a breakout season — and certainly has a bright future.

Corbin was expected to have a big year replacing Trayveon Williams; however, he only played in two games before missing the rest of the season. It’s important to note that Corbin was previously a FSU commit under Jimbo Fisher and is from Rockledge, Florida. So, he’s headed back home.

The 6-0, 210-pound back announced his transfer destination via social media: