The 2022 MLB Draft takes place next month in Los Angeles, and some of the nation’s top high school prospects have some tough decisions to make.

Will they stay with the colleges they’re signed with? Or, will the lure of MLB money be enough to send them straight to the minor leagues?

Over the weekend, the Vanderbilt Commodores got some good news — potential first-round pick Andrew Dutkanych, a right-handed pitcher from Indiana — withdrew from the draft and will attend Vanderbilt this fall:

Per Baseball America, Dutkanych is the No. 35 prospect in this year’s draft class. By withdrawing from this draft, he won’t be eligible again until the 2024 MLB Draft.

In the meantime, we’ll see what sort of career he’s able to put together for the Commodores.