Ahead of their annual spring game, the Penn State Nittany Lions got some great news in regards to their 2019 recruiting class.

That’s because 4-star OL Caeden Wallace announced he was going to commit to the program during a meeting with coach James Franklin.

According to NJ.com, Wallace met with Franklin prior to the start of the game and gave his commitment to the Nittany Lions:

Prior to Saturday’s Blue-White spring game, Wallace pledged to Penn State during a sitdown with head coach James Franklin, who’s had some success poaching some of N.J.’s top talent since 2014.

Wallace said he felt like the spring game was a great time to announce his decision:

“I had a good process. I went out strong. And I just wanted to really just pick a school that was great for me and my family. And we thought that Penn State was the best option for us, academically and athletically. So I thought this was a good weekend to do it, the spring game. And I just really wanted to get on with it.”

According to the 247Sports composite, Wallace is the No. 4 offensive guard in the class of 2019 and the No. 2 overall recruit from the state of New Jersey.

The Nittany Lions now have three players in the 2019 recruiting class. Prior to Wallace’s pledge, the class ranked No. 11 in the Big Ten and No. 49 nationally, per 247Sports.