LJ Johnson Jr. has found his new home. The former Texas A&M running back is heading to SMU.

Johnson revealed his transfer decision Sunday on Twitter. He departs College Station after 2 seasons in Jimbo Fisher’s program.

In 2021, Johnson appeared in 4 games, allowing him to take a redshirt. He rushed 21 times for 76 yards in limited action.

This season, Johnson’s appearances increased, but his carries went down. In 6 games, he logged just 10 carries for 39 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Johnson last played for Texas A&M on Oct. 22 at South Carolina. He had 1 carry for no gain against the Gamecocks.

Johnson, from Cypress (Texas), was a highly sought-after top-50 prospect in the 2021 recruiting class. Out of Cy-Fair, Johnson chose Texas A&M over scholarship offers from 39 other schools, including Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Tennessee.

Johnson will be considered a redshirt sophomore in 2023 with the Mustangs.