Twitter provided good news for the Virginia football program on Wednesday.
All-American safety Anthony Harris announced via the social network that he will return for his senior season instead of opting for the NFL Draft.
The 6-foot-1, 190-pounder led the country in interceptions in 2013 with eight. Harris was named to three All-American teams, including earning a first-team nod from SI.com and SB Nation. He was also a first-team All-ACC selection.
"Just to make things clear," Harris tweeted, "I will be returning for my senior season. #GoHoos."
Harris figures to be the centerpiece for UVa's '14 defense, a group that will return nine starters.
Heading to the next level is offensive tackle Morgan Moses.
Via Twitter, the 6-6, 325-pounder linked his Instagram page, which revealed his invite to the NFL Scouting Combine.
"Got the call this morning and the email right after... God has so many plans for me. I jus open my arms and receive them with thanks," Moses posted.
The Combine will take place Feb. 22-25 in Indianapolis.
In a December mock drat, ESPN's Todd McShay had Moses being selected in the first round (25th overall) to the Arizona Cardinals.
Moses, along with teammate Brent Urban, will participate in the Senior Bowl on Jan. 25 in Mobile, Ala.