Ohio State women’s basketball’s 2018 freshman class officially grew to three Monday with the addition of 6-foot-4 Hungarian forward Dorka Juhasz, who has signed a national letter of intent.

Juhasz, the No. 12 international prospect in the class of 2018 per Prospects Nation, averaged nearly a double-double at the FIBA Under-19 Women’s Basketball World Cup last summer and has played in the Hungarian national team system since 2015.

The native of Pecs, Hungary, made a commitment to Ohio State in early March, picking the Buckeyes over Missouri and Louisville. She attended Ohio State’s 78-62 win over Michigan State in late January.

“I’m incredibly excited to add Dorka to the Ohio State women’s basketball family,” Ohio State coach Kevin McGuff said in a statement. “She’s a versatile player who can not only score around the basket but also from the perimeter and because of that, I’m excited to get her into our system. I believe she’ll be immediately impactful as we aspire to continue to compete for Big Ten championships.”

Juhasz joins a freshman class that includes Rhode Island guard Janai Crooms and Illinois post player Aaliyah Patty. Bowling Green’s Carly Santoro and Pacific’s Najah Queenland will transfer in as graduate students, with the potential for additional transfers in the coming months.