Tua Tagovailoa first committed to Alabama on May 2, and now, he won’t be talking to any other teams.

A day after sharing that the NCAA had cleared his credits and that he was “signed, sealed and delivered” to UA, he posted a note on Twitter announcing that he was shutting down his recruitment process.

Tagovailoa recently received offers from LSU and Florida, but remained firm in his pledge to the Crimson Tide despite the departure of offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin. He is rated the No. 33 overall prospect and top dual-threat quarterback of the 2017 class.

As a January enrollee, Tagovailoa will be able to use team facilities, work out with teammates and take part in spring practice.