​The NCAA actually got it right this time.

After transferring from Georgia to Ohio State, there were questions as to whether former 5-star quarterback prospect ​Justin Fields would be eligible to play next season without sitting out a year.

Those questions were answered today, as the NCAA announced the approval of Fields' eligibility wavier, allowing him to get under center for the Buckeyes in 2019.

​​In response to the news, Fields released a statement thanking God, the NCAA, Georgia, and Ohio State. To end his statement, the young QB made it clear that he does not want to talk about his transfer going forward. (Yeah, good luck with that one.)

With both ​Urban Meyer and ​Dwayne Haskins gone from the Ohio State football program, Fields' immediate eligibility should be a surefire way to make sure that the ​Ryan Day era gets off on the right foot.

Fields and Clemson superstar ​Trevor Lawrence are going to be the quarterbacks to watch when next season rolls around. These rising sophomores make Tua Tagovailoa seem old in comparison.