Top Class Of 2024 Prospect Joe Sealey Commits To Penn State Wrestling

Cael Sanderson’s squad just got stronger.

Class of 2024 wrestling powerhouse Joe Sealey announced his verbal commitment to Penn State wrestling Monday via a post to his Instagram account.

“I am excited to announce that I am continuing my athletic and academic career at Penn State!” Sealey wrote. “I am so incredibly grateful to my family, friends, and coaches that got me to where I am.”

The 160-pound Sealey hails from High Point, North Carolina, and is the No. 1 overall prospect in the 2024 recruiting class, according to FloWrestling. In July, Sealey won the gold medal at the U17 World Championship for Team USA.

Sealey serves as the third commit secured by head coach Cael Sanderson over the last two months. In September, the Nittany Lions successfully notched commitments from AJ Fricchione and Zack Ryder in the Classes of 2023 and 2024, respectively.

Sealey joins a Penn State squad that won a team national championship and five individual national championships last year.

Penn State’s season will begin November 11 at Rec Hall when the Nittany Lions take on Lock Haven. Check out the team’s full upcoming schedule here.

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