The Florida Gators added another basketball commitment Monday.

Knoxville, Tennessee, native Ques Glover makes the second Florida commitment this week. The Bearden point guard was named the MVP of the Class AAA state tournament, and he scored over 2,000 points in high school.  He averaged over 21 points as a senior.

Glover’s teammate, Drew Pember, signed with Tennessee in November, and now, the two will become rivals.

Glover committed to Florida over 20-plus offers from programs around the country.

“I want to thank coach White and coach Pinkins for allowing me to fulfill my dream of playing at the next level,” Glover wrote on Twitter. “With that being said, I’m extremely blessed and excited to announce that I will be furthering my academic and athletic career at the University of Florida.”

Glover joins a crowded backcourt for the Gators, as Andrew Nembhard returns as the starter at point guard. Five-star Tre Mann is also expected to make an impact and rising sophomore Noah Locke provides yet another option.

He shared his commitment via Twitter: