Keyan Williams found his final collegiate stop.

The former Nebraska wide receiver will play his senior season at Ball State, he announced on Twitter on Tuesday morning.

Williams, son of former NU receivers coach Keith Williams, announced his intent to transfer from Nebraska on May 14.

The 5-foot-10, 195-pounder came to Nebraska from Fresno State when his dad was hired here and sat out the 2016 season per NCAA transfer rules.

He suffered a hamstring injury during preseason camp in 2017, missed the first nine games and caught only one pass for 19 yards for the season.

At Fresno State, he caught seven passes for 34 yards as a redshirt freshman.

Williams wrote when he announced his transfer that he is on track to graduate this summer, which would make him eligible to play for Ball State immediately.

Ball State, located in Muncie, Indiana, plays in the Mid-American Conference and finished 2017 2-10 under second-year head coach Mike Neu.

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