Indiana has entered the weekend with one of the nation’s Top 25 recruiting classes after a big pledge on Friday night.

Tom Allen’s team picked up a verbal pledge from 3-star offensive lineman Bray Lynch out of Austin, Texas. He had been considering Oklahoma State and Duke in addition to Indiana.

Lynch made his announcement with a post on social media on Friday evening. He became the 11th player of the cycle to verbally commit to the Hoosiers and is the second offensive lineman in the class.

Lynch is listed as a 6-foot-4, 280-pound offensive lineman who plays at Westlake High School in Austin. He also competes in track and field and throws shotput and discuss.

A total of 14 programs offered Lynch during the recruiting process. Other FBS programs to show interest included Air Force, Colorado State, East Carolina, Nevada, Southern Miss and TCU.

With Lynch’s commitment, Indiana now owns the country’s No. 24 ranked recruiting class, per 247Sports. It’s also the No. 5 class in the B1G.