Penn State Catches Commitment From MD Receiver Sullivan-Brown

The three-star pass catcher announced his decision Friday. But when did he know he would become a Nittany Lion?

Penn State continues to reap the rewards of its Lasch Bash recruiting event earlier this month, this time in the form of a commitment from three-star Maryland receiver Cameron Sullivan-Brown.

Brown announced for the Nittany Lions Friday afternoon. He is the fourth player to commit to James Franklin’s program since July 20.

After attending the Lasch Bash July 16, Sullivan-Brown took a visit to Duke. He knew where he wanted to go when he got home from checking out the Blue Devils.

"It felt the most like home to me,” Sullivan-Brown said of Penn State. “I love all the coaches and people at PSU. After Lasch Bash and after the Duke visit, I really felt like there was no place better than Penn State."

He will make at least one more trip to Happy Valley. There are no plans to check out other schools moving forward.

"I'm taking one official visit — to Penn State,” he said. “I'm not sure yet when I will take it, but the PSU official visit is the only one I will be taking."

So what sort of reaction did he get from the PSU staff?

"The entire coaching staff started yelling on the phone,” Sullivan-Brown said. “All of them were ecstatic that I committed to Penn State. I love those guys."

Sullivan-Brown said he plans to recruit other prospects out of Maryland, but didn't mention any names.

In the meantime, the Lions’ latest commit has something to say to the Penn State fan base:

"I'm ready to come in there and win some championships," he said.

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