Matt Flanagan has officially moved on from one former Big East program to another. In a missive posted to his personal Twitter account Monday, Flanagan revealed that he will enroll at Pittsburgh in short order and continue his collegiate playing career with the Panthers. The tight end is expected to graduate in May from Rutgers, meaning he’ll be eligible to play immediately for his new team during the 2017 season. This will be Flanagan’s final season of eligibility. The past three seasons, Flanagan played in 33 games for the Scarlet Knights. In that time, he caught 18 passes for 145 yards and three touchdowns. Flanagan also takes the student part of the student-athlete moniker very seriously.