Five-star quarterback prospect Jaden Rashada officially committed to Arizona State on Wednesday after previously committing to Florida.

Rashada announced his decision on social media, noting he’ll be following in his father’s, Harlen’s, footsteps since he also played for the Sun Devils.

“Just wanted to start off by thanking the Lord for my journey and the strength to get through whatever was & is put in front of me, thank you to everybody who truly knows me for me!” Rashada wrote. “Just want to keep this short and let it be known that I’ll be attending Arizona State University, my childhood dream school, my father’s alma mater, a place where I’m happy and a school where the head coach has always had my back! Glad to truly be home! Can’t wait to carry on the family name at the University and start my journey! Forks up!”

In December, SI’s No. 7 player of the Class of 2023 signed with Florida in the early signing period, only to then file for a release from his letter of intent on Jan. 17. The Gators released him on Jan. 20.

The California native is the first five-star player to sign with Arizona State in the Class of 2023, according to 247 Sports.