Stanton Truitt announced his transfer from Auburn in early January.
He knows his next move.
The former Tigers running back will transfer to North Carolina, he announced on Sunday.
“No better feeling than God giving you another opportunity at something you live,” Truitt wrote via Twitter. “I just want to say thank you to all the coaches that have me another opportunity but I’ve decided to commit to UNC. I can’t wait to be apart of something special athletically and also academically! Chapter 2 will be one to remember. #HeelsUp”
Truitt, a grad transfer, is eligible to play right away and has two years of eligibility remaining.
During his time at Auburn, Truitt played in 20 games while collecting 10 catches, 126 receiving yards and a touchdown over three seasons.
He made the switch from wide receiver to running back this season, rushing for 187 yards and two touchdowns on 31 carries in 2016. He also caught seven passes for 100 yard and a touchdown on the year.