Chance Marsteller, the nation's No. 1 overall wrestling recruit at any weight, is no longer 100 percent committed to wrestle at Penn State, his high school coach told the Centre Daily Times on Tuesday night.
Kennard-Dale coach Mike Balestrini said Marsteller, who committed to Penn State in July, recently visited Oklahoma State. Marsteller's commitment is non-binding until he signs a letter of intent. The early letter-of-intent signing period for NCAA wrestling is Nov. 13 to Nov. 20 but Marsteller has expressed interest in flipping his commitment, Balestrini said.
"Nothing is 100 percent but it is looking like he's leaning that way," Balestrini said.
A three-time PIAA champion, Marsteller is 125-0 in his career for the Rams. Marsteller's recruitment has drawn interest throughout the wrestling world. Photos of him wearing the gear of multiple colleges while warming up for his PIAA Tournament matches have widely circulated and drawn much fan speculation on social media sites.
When Marsteller originally committed to Penn State, Balestrini told the CDT the Kennard-Dale superstar had his college choice narrowed down to Penn State, Arizona State or Oklahoma State. Balestrini said Marsteller could make a decision "within the week."