One of the top high school wrestlers in Iowa has picked Cael Sanderson’s program over his home-state power schools. Brody Teske committed to Penn State wrestling on Friday morning, pledging to the Nittany Lions over Iowa, Iowa State and others.
— Teske (@BrodyTeske) October 13, 2017
Teske, who is projected to wrestle at 125 pounds at the collegiate level, is ranked as the sixth-best 120-pound high school wrestler in the country, according to FloWrestle.
“There’s not an Iowa school that fits me better than Penn State, so I need to go with what’s best for me,” the Fort Dodge, Iowa, native told the Des Moines Register.
This is another big recruiting win for Sanderson and Penn State. Teske, a class of 2018 recruit, is 135-0 with three state titles so far in his high school career, according to the Des Moines Register. He’ll join a Penn State program that has won six NCAA team championships in the last seven seasons.