The Jersey City, N.J., four-star quarterback has no uncertainty about his commitment to the Lions, even if Stanford offered him following a visit last week..
If it wasn't already evident, the passer made that clear during his two-day visit to campus, which began Saturday at the Lions' BBQ at the Lasch Building. His mom, who was outfitted in Penn State gear, was also on the trip.
"It was great," Wimbush said of the weekend. "I really wanted to get up here and show my commitment to the staff and the guys.
"It was great," Wimbush said of the weekend. "I really wanted to get up here and show my commitment to the staff and the guys. I know the Stanford visit was a little [crazy]."
Stanford gave the senior plenty to think about, yet he said Penn State can match the university's academic and athletic prestige.
"It's such a prestigious school and such a great opportunity, but Penn State is very up; it's up there," Wimbush said. "Penn State is another great school.
"If you make the best of it you'll be successful.
Wimbush was on campus when another Garden State prospect, four-star outside linebacker Manny Bowen, committed to Franklin and his staff.
The quarterback called the moment Bowen pledged exciting, adding Franklin "never fails to excite."
Of course, he doesn't miss many opportunities to teach, either, which Wimbush experienced throughout the day Sunday.
[The highlight of the day was] camping and being coached by Coach Rahne and Coach Franklin, and just getting to know them and just being coached by those guys," Wimbush said. "That was my main goal of coming up here today."
His next goal is to get on campus before the summer ends.
"It's a great thing to be up here again," he said. "I haven't been up here in a couple months, so it was a great feeling to get up here again and be around all the commits.
It was a great vibe. I would like to get up here [again] before the summer ends.