Marcus Stokes, a former University of Florida quarterback recruit that lost his scholarship from the university for rapping the n-word on his Snapchat story, received a scholarship from an HBCU.

Stokes revealed he received an offer from Albany State University just two months after he was involved in the Snapchat controversy.

The four-star recruit says he was “blessed” to receive an offer from Albany State University. He later tweeted that he was going to “find my home” on National Signing Day next week.

Stokes is preparing to take a tour at a division two school in West Florida, according to 247 Sports. He’s ranked one of the best high school quarterbacks in the nation.