Terrell Bynum is going home.

The California native announced on Monday he intends to transfer to USC to play out his final year of eligibility as a Trojan. Bynum put the news on Twitter.

Bynum entered the portal on Dec. 23, shortly after announcing he planned to return to Seattle for his final season. But change has been all the rage at UW this offseason, and Washington’s wideout coach just left for Oregon after initially looking like he’d be retained by the new head coach. On the Trojans’ end, all that matters is that Lincoln Riley’s offense just got a big-play threat.

The 6-foot-1 wideout had been at UW since 2017. He redshirted his first year, but has made appearances in 34 games since. An honorable mention on the 2021 All-Pac-12 team, Bynum earned 19 starts in his Husky tenure and holds career marks with 65 receptions for 934 yards and six scores. Bynum had 26 catches for 436 yards (second-most on the team) and four scores (most) during the 2021 season. He averaged nearly 17 yards a catch.

He was a 4-star coming out of high school, per the 247 Composite.