Trayveon Williams will be heading back to school at Texas A&M next offseason.

But, he won’t be returning to College Station as a student. He’ll be returning as an adjunct professor, co-teaching a class at the Texas A&M School of Law.

Per Front Office Sports, the course will involve NIL rules and regulations, and Williams will teach the course alongside sports attorney and sports business consultant Alex Sinatra:

Williams has spent the first 3 years of his NFL career with the Cincinnati Bengals, appearing in 26 games. He’s carried the ball 41 times for 208 yards, but has yet to score his first pro touchdown.

Now, following the 2022 season in Cincinnati, he’ll prepare for his side career as a professor at his alma mater.