Keon Coleman has officially signed with Florida State.

The program announced his addition on Tuesday, just under 2 weeks since he originally committed. He arrives in Tallahassee after establishing himself as one of the nation’s top up-and-coming wide receivers last year at Michigan State.

Here’s the official announcement:

Last season with the Spartans, Coleman caught 58 passes for 798 yards and 7 touchdowns. Florida State beat out Ole Miss for his signature.

He’s expected to play a major role in Florida State’s passing game this season.

Head coach Mike Norvell commented on Coleman’s skillset and what he brings to FSU’s offense. He called him an “ideal fit” for Florida State.

“I am excited for Keon Coleman to be joining the Nole Family,” Norvell said in a statement. “He is a productive playmaker who has already showcased his immense talents at the collegiate level. He brings size, speed and an aggressive mindset to our receiver position. He is an ideal fit with our program built for playmakers, and his unique skillset will help us continue to field one of the most explosive offenses in college football.”

Florida State has brought in 10 transfers so far this offseason. The group sits at No. 5 nationally, per 247Sports Composite rankings.