June 5, 2012 at 8:09 PM
Two days, two new Class of 2013 commitments for Penn State and coach Bill O’Brien, as wide receiver Will Fuller from Philadelphia’s Roman Catholic High School announced via Twitter that he has verbally committed to Penn State.
The tweet, from his account @Will_Fuller7, read, “Verbally committed to Penn State!!!! #We Are @AdamBreneman87 @RDPSU_21” [sic]. The two players he mentioned in the tweet are other Class of 2013 commits Adam Breneman and Ross Douglas.
Fuller is 6-feet, one-inch and 160 pounds, according to Rivals.com. The site also gives him a 3-star rating. According to his player page on Rivals, he had many offers from schools including Boston College, Rutgers and Temple. Meanwhile, Scout.com gives Fuller a four-star rating and has him listed as their #40 wide receiver nationally.
Fuller is the first wide receiver in O’Brien’s 2013 recruiting class.
According to Fight On State’s website, Fuller did not receive an offer after Penn State’s Junior Day, saying that Penn State didn’t like his size. He got his offer after Penn State’s Advanced Skills Camp on Saturday, and quickly accepted.
Yesterday, Penn State got a commitment from safety Neiko Robinson from Florida, who also received an offer after the skills camp.