Tegra Tshabola isn’t rethinking his commitment to Ohio State.

On Monday, the 4-star offensive tackle confirmed his plan to play for the Buckeyes beginning in 2022. He sent out a tweet saying he would not be taking a visit to Lexington and is fully committed to Ohio State.

“I will not be visiting the University of Kentucky,” Tshabola wrote on Twitter. In a second tweet, he said, “I am 100% committed to THE Ohio State University!!”

On Sunday, Rivals100 announced that Tshabola was named the Offensive Line Most Valuable Player. The camp was held in Indianapolis. Tshabola has also received an invitation to the Five-Star Challenge for his performance during the Rivals100.

According to 247Sports, Tshabola ranks as the No. 20 offensive tackle in the class and is the No. 7 player from Ohio. In the Composite Rankings, the 6-foot-5, 340-pound lineman is a Top 200 prospect, ranked No. 183 overall.

Tshabola has been committed to Ohio State since April 2020, picking the Buckeyes over offers from Florida, LSU, Michigan, Oklahoma, Penn State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, USC and others.

Currently, Ohio State’s 2022 recruiting class ranks No. 2 nationally and No. 1 in the B1G. The Buckeyes have 12 verbal pledges in the cycle, 10 of which have a 4- or 5-star ranking.