Penn State coach James Franklin sent a ‘Good luck’ message to 2021 signee Lonnie White Jr. ahead of the MLB Draft on Sunday night.

White is one of the top high school outfielders in the nation, and could hear his name called in the first round. If he does —and ultimately chooses to pursue pro baseball — it would mean Penn State loses its second-highest rated recruit in its 2021 class.

Franklin sent out an encouraging message about an hour before the draft started on Sunday night:

ESPN’s Kiley McDaniel has him going No. 36 overall in his final mock draft. That would give him a projected signing bonus north of $2 million, but it’s possible he could negotiate for more.

White would be a big loss for PSU. He’s ranked as the No. 127 overall player in the country for the 2021 recruiting class and the No. 27 overall receiver, per 247Sports Composite rankings.

The first round of the MLB Draft is on Sunday night. Rounds 2-10 will take place on Monday and Rounds 11-20 will be on Tuesday.