Caedan Wallace committed to Penn State football on Saturday before the Nittany Lions’ 2018 spring game. NJ.com reports Wallace told head coach James Franklin the good news during a pregame “sitdown.”
Yes!!! Confirmed!!It’s Official! https://t.co/gcLfaCoqBC
— Charles A Wallace II (@cawallace2) April 21, 2018
Wallace is a 4-star offensive guard who ranks as the No. 4 player at his position and the No. 2 player in his home state on the 247Sports recruiting database. He is finishing out his junior season at The Hun School in Princeton, New Jersey.
I wrote about how he “lives up to top billing” as a big-time prospect, with insight from The Opening staff: https://t.co/ErFsfcRBMO
— Tyler Donohue (@TDsTake) April 21, 2018
He’s Penn State’s third commit in the Class of 2019, joining QB Ta’Quan Roberson and CB Keaton Ellis. Judging from Penn State’s past recruiting success at spring games, he’s almost certainly not the only decision you’ll hear about today.
Head coach James Franklin’s incoming freshman class in the No. 5 recruiting class in the country, per 247Sports’ leader board. Saturday is likely to be a big step in his attempt to repeat that feat.