Two PSU Commits To Play In Polynesian Bowl

The Polynesian Bowl added some Penn State flavor to its game this week when it announced the names of several more 2018 commits.

The Polynesian Bowl made a big splash this week as it announced the commitments of eighteen more players for its 2018 edition of the game.  The list of new commitments now include Penn State commits Micah Parsons and Justin Fields.  

http://www.scout.com/player/209645-justin-fields?s=157

https://twitter.com/justnfields/status/837364908186615808

http://www.scout.com/player/198471-micah-parsons?s=157

https://twitter.com/Micah_parsons23/status/837364249353678850

“These young men will be part of more than just an all-star game. It’s more than that in Polynesia.  Football for Polynesians is life, its family, its culture, its pride,” said Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Inductee and Board Member Vai Sikahema (former NFL player) in a press release.

The addition of Parsons and Fields would give the Polynesian Bowl a couple of more game-commits currently ranked in the Scout 300 for the 2018 class.  Parsons is ranked No. 2 and Fields is ranked No. 57.

The inaugural Polynesian Bowl was held this past January. 


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