Wide receiver Cameron Sullivan-Brown has committed to Penn State, he announced Friday on Twitter. He’s a 3-star recruit, the No. 80 wideout in the class of 2017 and the No. 12 player in Maryland.
Duke, Maryland, Syracuse and West Virginia were Sullivan-Brown’s other finalists. Five of the six predictions on 247Sports’ Crystal Ball had him committing to Penn State.
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Sullivan-Brown is the 12th commit in Penn State’s 2017 class and the fourth in the last 10 days after James Franklin’s staff hadn’t gotten a pledge since April. He’s the first wide receiver in this class.
The Nittany Lions picked up 3-star safety/linebacker Brelin Faison-Walden last week, then followed it up this week with 4-star safety Jonathan Sutherland on Sunday and 3-star athlete Derrek Pitts, a surprise pull from West Virginia.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound native of Laurel, Md., was recruited by wide receivers coach Josh Gattis and area recruiter Charles Huff.
Penn State’s 2017 class now ranks 22nd nationally and fifth in the Big Ten.
Here are Sullivan-Brown’s high school highlights.