"It was a good trip," said Gaia. "I go to to build relationships with my future teammates and coaches. I am excited about the future of Penn State."
According to Gilman assistant coach Henry Russell, Gaia is firm on his commitment to PSU. He is not looking elsewhere, and he foresees a promising future behind former New England offensive coordinator and new PSU head coach Bill O'Brien.
"I think it [O'Brien's hire] is a good thing for recruiting because if he can handle players like Tom Brady and Randy Moss he is tough enough to take on this situation at Penn State," Gaia stated in an earlier interview with Scout.com's Beth Long.
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