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Penn State Adds Pair Of Top Tier Wrestling Recruits

Saturday wasn’t just about football. On one of the most important days of the year for Penn State football recruiting, Cael Sanderson also made strides in building the future of the wrestling program by picking up two of the premier juniors in the nation.

Roman Bravo-Young of Tucson, AZ and Travis Wittlake Jr. of Coos Bay, OR announced their commitments to Penn State together in a live broadcast on FloWrestling.com with Ryan Holmes.

Bravo-Young is an undefeated two-time state champion at Arizona powerhouse Sunnyside. He likely projects to either the 125 or 133-pound weight classes.

A two-time Oregon state champion, Wittlake is 84-2 in his high school career and placed bronze this summer at the World Cadet Championships in Tbilisi, Georgia. He’s projected to wrestle at either 184 or 197.

 

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Anthony Colucci

Anthony Colucci is Onward State’s news editor, a preferred walk-on honors student, and a junior majoring in psychology and public relations. Despite being from the make-believe land of Central Jersey, he was never a Rutgers fan. If you ever want to know how good Saquon Barkley's ball security is, ask Anthony what happened when he tried to force a fumble at the Mifflin Streak. If you want to hear the story or are bored and want to share prequel memes, follow @_anthonycolucci on Twitter or email him at [email protected] All other requests and complaints should be directed to Onward State media contact Steve Connelly.

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