Trey Benson has played his final game in a Florida State uniform.

The star running back declared for the 2024 NFL Draft on Sunday afternoon. Benson also said he will not play for the Noles in the Orange Bowl against Georgia.

“I’m thankful for my family and the support everyone has given me and for the man upstairs for putting me in this position,” Benson wrote in-part. “I have decided to enter the 2024 NFL Draft and will not play in the Orange Bowl.

“I will forever carry FSU with me wherever I go. Thank you again to Florida State and to the incredible fans. I love you guys so much!”

Here’s Benson’s announcement:

Benson has been Florida State’s best running back over the past two seasons after transferring from Oregon. He rushed for 1,895 yards and 23 touchdowns over the past two years.

Benson will try to be the first Florida State running back to be selected in the NFL Draft since Cam Akers in 2020.

With this decision, Florida State will likely be relying heavily on Lawrance Toafili in the Orange Bowl. With Benson going pro and Rodney Hill transferring, Toafili is the only other running back on the roster who totaled more than 50 carries this season.

FSU will face Georgia in the Orange Bowl on Dec. 30.