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Three-Star Guard Rasir Bolton Commits To Penn State Basketball

Pat Chambers picked up the second commitment of Penn State’s Class of 2018 — Rasir Bolton.

The three-star guard out of Huntington Prep in West Virginia chose Penn State ahead of 10 other offers, including those from Pitt, Clemson, and Virginia Tech.

Botlon is a 6-foot-2 point guard who is ranked among the top 200 players in the country by Rivals and 247 Sports.

Over the weekend, Bolton helped his AAU team to a championship on the Adidas Select Series’ stop in Richmond, VA — taking home MVP honors for Team Loaded VA after scoring 18 points in the squad’s 68-62 win.

Bolton joins Myles Dread — a three-star small forward out of Washington D.C. — on the Nittany Lions 2018 recruiting class.

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Steve Connelly

Unfortunately, former editor Steve Connelly has graduated. Where is he now? He might be doing something related to that PR degree he got in 2019. Maybe he finally opened that sports bar named after one of his photos, the Blurry Zamboni. Or he might just be eating chicken tenders and couch surfing. Anything’s possible. If you really want to know, follow him on Twitter @slc2o.

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