Cam Ward has made his plans for the 2024 season known.

The Washington State quarterback is entering transfer portal as a graduate transfer after spending two seasons with the Cougars. It was reported earlier this week that Ward had received interest from several teams about a possible transfer.

Ward joined Washington State after spending two seasons at Incarnate Ward at the FCS level. In his final season with Incarnate Ward, he had a whopping 4,648 passing yards and 47 touchdowns, making him an obvious candidate to transfer up to an FBS team. He has been a standout for the Cougars, racking up 3,732 yards and 25 touchdowns this season, and now he will be one of the most valuable quarterbacks in the portal.

While he announced his transfer, Ward also said that he would evaluate his prospects of entering the 2024 NFL Draft.

According to 247Sports’ transfer portal ranking, Ward is now the No. 2 overall transfer prospect with a 94 rating, just behind UCLA’s Dante Moore, who announced his decision to transfer on Thursday.

Coming out of high school, Ward was not part of any national rankings. His journey to stardom is certainly unique, and now he will have the chance to showcase his talents at a new school.