A talented linebacker out of Pennsylvania has decided to continue his football career at Michigan State.

Monday, Cal Haladay announced his verbal commitment to the Spartans via Twitter. The 6-foot, 200-pound linebacker picked Michigan State over offers from fellow B1G programs Michigan and Nebraska. He’s the seventh player in the 2020 class to pledge to MSU.

“I would like to start by thanking my family, friends, and coaches who have helped me get to where I am today,” Haladay wrote on Twitter. “It’s always been a dream of mine to play college football. With that being said, I’d like to announce that I’ll be fulfilling that dream by continuing my academic and athletic career at Michigan State University.”

Haladay is the third player to commit to Michigan State in the last three days. The Spartans recently landed three-star defensive end Kyle King out of Indiana and kicker Jack Olsen from Illinois.

247Sports does not have any ratings for Haladay at this time, but the Pennsylvania native has received offers from Michigan, Nebraska, Pitt, UMass, Buffalo and Army.

The Spartans are now up to seven commits in the 2020 recruiting class. Michigan State ranks 66th nationally and sits at No. 11 in the B1G.