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Penn State Football Deletes Video Featuring Not-Yet-Committed Wide Receiver Solomon Enis

Penn State Football’s twitter account took down a tweet this afternoon featuring the 21 players in the class of 2018 that signed yesterday, but the video also featured uncommitted wide receiver Solomon Enis. The video asked the individual players what person they would choose to have lunch with if they could pick anyone.

Enis is the son of former Penn State star Curtis Enis and is currently the No. 2 player in the Arizona according to 247 Sports. It may be that Enis is a silent commit and has just not publicly announced his commitment. If he were to choose Penn State, Enis would be joining a talented group of receiver commits including Justin Shorter, Jahan Dotson, Daniel George, and Shaquon Anderson-Butts.

It is unclear if Penn State committed a NCAA rule violation by including an uncommitted player in its promotional video.

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