A Penn State football commit now has a big decision to make.

Lonnie White was selected with the No. 64 overall pick in the 2021 MLB Draft on Monday afternoon, taken by the Pittsburgh Pirates. He had signed to play both football and baseball at Penn State. Now, he’ll have a decision to make on his future.

Per MLB.com, White is projected to receive a $1.05 million rookie contract value.

Penn State head coach James Franklin provided White and his family with support when the MLB Draft was underway.

“Best wishes Lonnie & family as the MLB Draft begins tonight! Your unique athleticism is undeniable, but your ability to stay centered, be selfless & focus intently on your process propels you forward,” Franklin wrote. “Your journey is just beginning & we know your best days in both sports are ahead. Continue chasing your dreams & the best version of yourself will emerge! Win-Win!”

White committed to Penn State’s football program as a 4-star wide receiver and was one of the Top 200 overall prospects in the 2021 recruiting class. The Pennsylvania native was also tabbed as one of the 10 best players out of the state.

As one of the top recruits in the 2021 class, it’ll be interesting to see what White decides to do regarding his athletic future.