LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Kentucky quarterback Will Levis officially announced he is headed to the 2023 NFL Draft.

During a Twitter Spaces conversation, Levis revealed that he is declaring for the draft, but is still undecided on whether he will play in the upcoming bowl game. He said that decision will come soon.

Levis finishes his Kentucky career with a 16-9 record as a starter. Last season propelled the transfer from Penn State into NFL Draft realms. After a 10-3 season, Levis was widely considered to be a consensus first-round pick by draft analysts coming into the season.

In 2022, Levis took a production dip, but still churned out 2,406 yards through the air and 19 touchdowns. He completed 65% of his passes. In 2021, Levis threw for 2,826 yards, 24 touchdowns, and 13 interceptions.

Levis already has an invite to the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama taking place in February 2023.