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Four-Star Wide Receiver Anthony Ivey Commits To Penn State

Penn State football’s 2022 recruiting class just keeps on getting stronger.

Four-star wide receiver Anthony Ivey announced Thursday night on Twitter that he’ll be playing college ball in Happy Valley.

Ivey let out a hearty “We are!” before getting mobbed by his teammates in the short video.

The Lancaster, Pennsylvania native is the second wideout to join James Franklins’ 2022 class. Fellow four-star recruit Kaden Saunders committed back in July, becoming the class’ first member.

Ivey is rated as the No. 8 recruit in all of Pennsylvania and the No. 20 wide receiver in the country. Additionally, Ivey is a top-175 recruit in the entire country, according to 247Sports.

The new addition to Penn State’s 2022 recruiting class checks in at 5′11″ and weighs 170 pounds. He’s been described as a “big play” receiver, averaging an extremely impressive 25 yards-per-catch his sophomore year of high school.

With this new addition, Penn State’s 2022 group of recruits checks in as the No. 2 class in the country and the No. 1 class in the Big Ten. Only reigning national champions LSU have the Nittany Lions beat in the national rankings. Ivey chose Penn State over Pitt, Auburn, Arizona State, and others.

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