The roster is officially complete for the 2018-19 Ohio State men’s basketball season.

Today, the program announced the addition of graduate transfer Keyshawn Woods to the roster. The former Wake Forest and Charlotte player committed to the Buckeyes on April 24, but finalizing his paperwork took some time.

He will be immediately eligible and has one season of eligibility remaining.

“We are really excited about the addition of Keyshawn Woods,” coach Chris Holtmann said in a statement. “Keyshawn is an older, experienced versatile guard who can make shots at a high level as well as be an important playmaker. Given our youth on the perimeter we look forward to Keyshawn filling a very important role of play and leadership within that position group. We think he will fit in well with the current make-up of the 2018-2019 Buckeye team.”

Ohio State has just one experienced option in its backcourt in senior point guard C.J. Jackson, a former junior-college transfer. Sophomore Musa Jallow has also seen time in the backcourt but could ultimately find a home on the wing. Woods will provide depth at the point and also play off the ball, as will incoming freshmen Luther Muhammad and Duane Washington.

A career 42.5 percent three-point shooter, Woods averaged 11.9 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists as a fourth-year junior last year for the Demon Deacons. He has scored in double figures in 56 career games with a career high of 25 coming against Georgia Southern last season, and he had a career-high nine assists at Boston College during the 2016-17 season at Wake Forest.

Ohio State lists him at 6-3 but does not provide his weight.

His addition puts the Buckeyes at 13 scholarship players and no further changes to the roster are expected.

It’s time to officially welcome @KeyshawnWoods1 to the Buckeye Family #Team120

— Ohio State Hoops (@OhioStateHoops) May 9, 2018