On Friday the Republican nominee released an official list of 10 more people he may choose for the bench if elected.

“We have a very clear choice in this election. The freedoms we cherish and the constitutional values and principles our country was founded on are in jeopardy. The responsibility is greater than ever to protect and uphold these freedoms and I will appoint justices, who like Justice Scalia, will protect our liberty with the highest regard for the Constitution,” Trump said in a statement. “This list is definitive and I will choose only from it in picking future Justices of the United States Supreme Court.”

Sen. Mike Lee of Utah, who has not endorsed Trump, made the list. His brother, a Utah Supreme Court justice, was included in Trump’s first version.

Lee, however, politely declined being considered in a statement emailed by his spokesman Friday.

“The Supreme Court is very important and I appreciate being considered. Right now I’m focused on my job in the Senate, where I’m in a good position to defend the Constitution by fighting against government overreach. Both lists that I’ve seen from the Trump campaign are fantastic. While my brother and I might disagree as to which list is better, they’re both great.”

Trump’s previous list of 11 conservative judges was released in May.

Trump’s final list is below:

1. Keith Blackwell

2. Charles Canady

3. Steven Colloton

4. Allison Eid

5. Neil Gorsuch

6. Raymond Gruender

7. Thomas Hardiman

8. Raymond Kethledge

9. Joan Larsen

10. Mike Lee

11. Thomas Lee

12. Edward Mansfield

13. Federico Moreno

14. William Pryor

15. Margaret A. Ryan

16. Amul Thapar

17. Timothy Tymkovich

18. David Stras

19. Diane Sykes

20. Don Willett

21. Robert Young