Connor Cook is officially an Oakland Raiders quarterback.
The former Michigan State signal-caller signed a four-year deal on Monday night.
Oakland drafted Cook in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. The Raiders traded a fifth round pick to move up from 114th overall to 100th in order to take Cook.
Cook amassed a 34-5 record in East Lansing, starting 39 games and setting the Spartans record for all-time wins by a quarterback.
He also owns MSU records for passing yards, touchdown passes, and throwing attempts.