Ohio State received some huge news on Thursday, as star safety Jordan Fuller announced he’ll be returning to Columbus for one more season.

“The special privilege of wearing the scarlet and grey is something I’m not ready to give up yet,” Fuller said in a statement on Twitter. “We have work to do. We have missions to finish. We have a brotherhood that’s stronger than ever. We are coming for everything they said we couldn’t have. Go Bucks.”

Fuller was the team’s leading tackler this fall, totaling 81 stops for the year. He also registered four pass break-ups and an interception.

In three seasons at Ohio State, Fuller has tallied 162 tackles, six pass break-ups and three interceptions. He’s considered to be one of the top players at his position in the college game.

Every season, the Buckeyes lose a plethora of talent to the NFL Draft and graduation. Fuller’s return is a huge boost for Ohio State and new head coach Ryan Day as he begins his tenure in Columbus.