After three seasons at Texas A&M, CB Kemah Siverand will finish his football career elsewhere.

Siverand announced his plans Friday via his Twitter account. He shared a note thanking the last two coaching staffs for developing him as a player. Included in his note was appreciation for the effort the athletic department showed in making sure his sick and handicapped father was able to attend and watch the games. He also praised the academic staff.

Originally a four-star wide receiver out of Cy Ridge in Houston, Siverand was part of Texas A&M’s 2015 recruiting class. He redshirted that fall and saw limited action as a redshirt freshman in 2016. Last season, Siverand appeared in all 12 games, recording six tackles.

As a graduate, he would be immediately eligible for the 2018 season.