Texas A&M coaches and fans can ease up on their hand wringing. Kyler Murray, considered a potential first-round pick in next month’s Major League Baseball draft, announced Wednesday that he was pulling his name out of the draft and will enroll at Texas A&M this fall.

Murray, a five-star signee from Allen, Texas, was the top dual-threat quarterback in the class of 2015. On top of winning national player of the year honors while leading Allen High School to three straight state championships and a national championship, Murray was a star second baseman in high school.

MLB.com listed him as the No. 34 prospect in this year’s draft, although he dealt with a shoulder injury that impeded his senior year. Murray is the only player ever selected for Under Armour’s All-American football and baseball games, according to MLB.com.

Now that Murray’s future is certain, he solves one of the most concerning situations in the SEC — Texas A&M’s lack of depth at quarterback. Returning starter Kyle Allen was the only scholarship quarterback in spring practice, leaving the Aggies dangerously thin.

Murray will come into fall camp as the favorite to earn the backup job, and there’s a chance he could push Allen for the starting job. Murray is committed to play baseball at Texas A&M as well. Fans can only hope his career on the field winds up like another two-sport star, former Florida State quarterback and pitcher/outfielder Jameis Winston.