Per his twitter account.
An opinion on Murray's return from Ben Chodos at Bleacher Report
Although CBS Sports projects him as a second-round talent in the upcoming draft, Murray obviously feels like he has unfinished business in his collegiate career.
The SEC will be just as difficult and competitive as it has been the last few years, but with Murray's experience and talent under center, Georgia is almost guaranteed to be one of the conference's heavy hitters once again.
After throwing for 3,000-plus yards in each of his first three years at Georgia, he will be looking to improve on a stellar junior season. He finished this year with a 64.5 completion percentage, 3,893 yards and 36 touchdowns versus 10 interceptions.
Thoughts? Are you happy with Geno Smith or is Tyler Wilson or Mike Glennon a better option?