Penn State’s blizzard of summer commitments continued this week, as three more players joined the 2020 recruiting class.
Tyler Warren, a three-star quarterback from Virginia, became the 11th player to commit to Penn State since June 21, marking more than half the class. Warren joined Parker Washington and Joseph Johnson, who announced their commitments Tuesday.
The website hanovercountysports.net first reported Warren’s commitment.
With the rush of pledges, Penn State’s 19-player class has climbed to No. 10 in 247Sports’ national rankings.
Warren, a 6-5 quarterback at Atlee High in Mechanicsville, Virginia, initially committed to Virginia Tech last summer. He also had offers from Michigan, South Carolina and Louisville, among others. He likely projects as a tight end at Penn State.
Washington is a four-star receiver from Texas, according to Rivals.com, and Penn State’s first player from the state in this class. His offer lists includes Nebraska, Wisconsin and Houston, among others.
Johnson is a three-star prospect and the No. 11 player overall in Virginia. Johnson attends Life Christian Academy and initially committed to North Carolina State in March.
Six players have committed to the Lions in the past week, led by four-star defensive back Enzo Jennings. Amin Vanover, a four-star defensive end from New Jersey, and Brandon Taylor, a three-star end from Ohio, joined the class June 28.
PSU's 2020 class includes 10 four-star prospects and six three-star prospects. There are three players are from Pennsylvania high schools,. There are four players from Maryland, including Lackawanna College receiver Norval Black.
No players are listed among Rivals’ top 100 nationwide prospects (Ohio State has seven).
Elsewhere, former Penn State commit Josh Moten announced Tuesday that he is headed to Texas A&M instead. Moten is one of four players to decommit from Penn State’s 2020 class.