Junior center Michael Jordan speaks during the Ohio State offensive availability at the Residence Inn LA Live on Dec. 29. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo Editor

After three seasons at Ohio State, junior center Michael Jordan announced on Friday he will enter the NFL Draft.

Jordan came to Ohio State as a right guard and played his first two seasons at the Buckeyes there before changing to center in 2018.

Throughout his career, Jordan played in 40 games and was named as a first-team All-Big Ten member in his sophomore season at guard and a first-team All American by Sports Illustrated in his first season at center.

Jordan said in the days before the Rose Bowl that he would like to move back to guard in the future because it his most comfortable position.

With Jordan’s departure, redshirt freshman Wyatt Davis and sophomore Thayer Munford are the only starters returning to the Ohio State offensive line.