Jayson Oweh became a first-round draft pick Thursday evening and made a personal announcement about his name on Friday.

With the No. 31 pick in the draft, the Baltimore Ravens made the move to draft Oweh out of Penn State. He became the fifth edge rusher off the board in the first round and was the second first-round pick of the night for the Ravens. Baltimore also selected Minnesota wide receiver, Rashod Bateman, at No. 27.

On Friday morning, Oweh also revealed that he will be using his first name – Odafe – as he moves forward with his career. Throughout his time at Penn State, Oweh was using his middle name of Jayson.

According to Jamison Hensley with ESPN, Oweh went by Jayson because people struggled to pronounce Odafe, but he is ready to go by his given name.

It is cool to see Oweh make that decision as he gets ready to settle into his first destination as an NFL player.