Penn State’s Class of 2023 picked up another commitment from in-state on Sunday. Yazeed Haynes, a three-star wide receiver from Fort Washington, gave his commitment to the Nittany Lions with a message posted on his Twitter account.
Penn State quickly became a leader in the recruiting process after Haynes backed out of his commitment to Rutgers earlier this year. Haynes, who is entering his senior year of high school football for North Penn High School, was believed to be considering Penn State and Minnesota. Haynes made an official visit to Penn State over the weekend, leading to his commitment decision.
Haynes also just came off a solid showing at Penn State’s recent White Out Camp, where he was routinely paired with Class of 2023 quarterback commit Marcus Stokes. It was at this camp where Penn State extended a formal offer to the in-state target.
So, as it turns out, it looks like we could very well be seeing Haynes and Stokes connect again in the future in Beaver Stadium.
— Yazeed Haynes (@ZeedHaynes) June 12, 2022
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