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Five-Star WR Julian Fleming Reveals Why He Didn’t Commit To Penn State

first_imgPenn State's mascot and marching band.STATE COLLEGE, PA – OCTOBER 23: The Penn State Nittnay Lion prepares to usher the Blue Band onto the field as the Lion celebrated his 100th birthday in front of a home coming crowd of 108,062 as the Iowa Hawkeyes defeated Penn State 6-4 during NCAA football at Beaver Stadium on October 23, 2004 in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)Penn State suffered a huge blow to its 2020 recruiting class last week, when Julian Fleming made it official that he won’t be playing football near his hometown of Catawissa.Fleming, the No. 1 wide receiver in his class according to 247Sports, announced on Friday that he would play football at Ohio State. It wasn’t exactly the most shocking move, but it definitely hurts for Penn State.Due to Fleming’s connection with the state of Pennsylvania, the expectation for the majority of his recruitment is that he would play for the Nittany Lions. Clearly, the Buckeyes did more than enough to influence his decision.While Fleming won’t be taking visits at this time, the five-star recruit did speak to reporters about his decision to choose Ohio State. Two factors that weighed into Fleming’s decision were how he viewed Penn State’s effectiveness on offense and the program’s overall success in big games.From PennLive:“For a long time I told everybody that I was going to go there,” Fleming said. “It was hard. I had to crunch some stuff down. They weren’t stable on offense, defense; they weren’t pulling out games, their coaching has been unstable for the past couple years. A lot of stuff weighed into it.”On the other hand, Fleming spoke highly about Ohio State’s future under Ryan Day and the rest of the coaching staff. Wide receivers coach Brian Hartline has already established a strong relationship with the future Buckeye.Watching Penn State and Ohio State battle on a yearly basis is quite the spectacle, and the latest recruiting decision from Fleming shows that the rivalry lives on even in the offseason.[PennLive]last_img

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