The University of North Carolina has found their next offensive coordinator, and star quarterback Drake Maye is quite pleased with the new hire.

Chip Lindsey was introduced as the Tar Heels’ newest OC and quarterbacks coach on Thursday, after spending the last three seasons as the head coach at Troy University.

“One of the nation’s most innovative offensive minds, Lindsey has a track record of producing explosive offenses as a head coach, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach,” the official press release stated. “He’s overseen offenses that have averaged at least 30 points per game in eight of his 11 seasons as a full-time staff member at the collegiate level.”

Lindsey is a 26-year veteran of college football, and Georgia’s offensive coordinator Todd Monken called the hiring a “home run.”