In what may be the most stunning commitment of the 2018 recruiting cycle to date, one of the top pro-style quarterbacks in the Class of 2018 officially passed on some of the most powerful programs in the nation in favor of the Ivy League.

Brevin White, a four-star passer from Southern California power Paraclete, chose Princeton on Tuesday night. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound star also held scholarship offers from the likes of Washington, Tennessee, Arizona State and others.

White’s decision turned heads not only for his selection of an FCS school rather than a traditional power, but also because he is offically eschewing family bonds to do so. White’s older brother is Arizona State quarterback Brady White, who many expected to draw Brevin to the Sun Devils as well.