Washington State’s leading pass-catcher is making the jump to the NFL.

Travell Harris announced Monday that he intends to forego his final year of eligibility and enter the 2022 NFL Draft. He shared the news to Twitter.

“When I signed my letter of intent to attend Washington State University, I knew that my journey would be special,” he wrote. “I wanted to accept the challenge of changing the narrative for my community by inspiring athletes to take a leap of faith and pursue their dreams. … Cougars Nation, it has been an honor to represent you for the past four years. The energy and support that you have shown throughout my career has been an amazing experience.”

Harris ends his Washington State career with 179 receptions to his name. A native of Tampa, Florida, he put up 1,999 receiving yards and 20 total touchdowns across 43 games. His 4,253 all-purpose yards rank third in Washington State program history. He also ranks ninth in all-time receptions.

A team captain, Harris put up major numbers this season. His nine touchdown catches ranked second in the Pac-12, and his 795 yards ranked third–just behind Calvin Jackson Jr., the Cougars’ other standout slotback from Florida who has also declared for the draft.