Former Vanderbilt QB Mo Hasan has picked his new school, the fourth of his college football career. Hasan announced Friday that he has committed to the USC Trojans.

Hasan shared the news on social media, tweeting images of a farewell note to Vanderbilt and a graphic featuring him in a Southern Cal uniform:

Hasan will be a redshirt senior grad transfer with one season of immediate eligibility remaining. Coming out of Dillard High School in Miami, Florida, Hasan signed with Syracuse as part of the Orange’s 2016 class. He did not play during his true freshman season and landed at Coffeyville Community College in Kansas as a redshirt freshman in 2017. After one season at the JUCO level, Hasan transferred to Vanderbilt, joining the 2018 squad as a redshirt sophomore. In two seasons with the Commodores, Hasan played in seven games total, going 11-of-17 passing for 158 yards and a touchdown while rushing 16 times for 96 yards.

Hasan is part of a quarterback room makeover going on at Vanderbilt. He and the three other Commodore quarterbacks who played last year are all departing the program either due to no remaining eligibility or plans to transfer. Through incoming transfers and high school recruiting, VU has added four new quarterbacks to the roster.

Hasan thanks Vanderbilt players, coaches, administrators and fans in the note above.