Ohio State picked up the third commitment to its 2018 football recruiting class on Monday night when California four-star safety Jaiden Woodbey announced his choice on Twitter.

“Overall there is one school that shines above the rest in terms of their academics, athletics and spiritual aspects,” wrote Woodbey, from St. John Bosco Prep in Bellflower, California “For that reason, the school that I will represent on Saturdays and earn my degree from will be The Ohio State University.”

His finalists included Southern California, Oklahoma, Nebraska and Washington.

“This college decision has been extremely hard due to all of the amazing programs that have given me an opportunity to excel as a student athlete at their elite institutions,” Woodbey wrote. He added, “I’m nowhere near finished in this journey, but I believe this is a big first step in becoming the man and player I’ve always dreamed of being.”

He is from the same high school that produced offensive lineman Wyatt Davis, a five-star member of the Ohio State 2017 class, ranked No. 2 in the country, which was completed last week. Bosco won a California state championship in 2016.

Woodbey, 6 feet 2 and 205 pounds, is No. 32 among overall prospects nationally in the 247Sports composite of the major recruiting rankings and is considered to be the No. 3 safety in the country. He joins five-star quarterback Emory Jones of Franklin, Georgia, and four-star running back Brian Snead of Seffner, Florida, in the 2018 class.