Ohio State picked up the fourth commitment to its 2019 football recruiting class on Friday night when four-star athlete Ronnie Hickman of New Jersey made his pledge.

“With God’s will and blessings, along with hard work and dedication, my dream has come true,” Hickman wrote on Twitter. “I will be continuing my education and football career for the next four years at The Ohio State University.”

Dreams really do come true! #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/hZbUtBZifU

— Ronnie Hickman (@asvprocket_) April 14, 2018

From DePaul Catholic High School in Wayne, the 6-foot-1, 200-pound Hickman is considered No. 13 among athletes — skill players with no specific lean offensively or defensively — nationally in the 247Sports composite.

He had 19 scholarship offers from a list of schools that included Virginia Tech, Rutgers, Mississippi, Florida and Florida State. He is on an unofficial visit to Ohio State this weekend for the spring game.

Ohio State is hosting two prospects on official visits, which are now permissible in the spring of players’ junior years in high school. They are receiver Garrett Wilson of Lake Travis High School near Austin, Texas, and offensive lineman Harry Miller of Buford, Georgia.