Four-Star Wide Receiver Tyseer Denmark Commits To Penn State Football

The best in Pennsylvania eventually stay in Pennsylvania, right?

Four-star wide receiver Tyseer Denmark committed to Penn State football Wednesday, he told On3’s Hayes Fawcett. Denmark, who flipped to the Nittany Lions from a previous commitment to Oregon, became the 18th player in the program’s recruiting Class of 2024.

The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, native is ranked as the No. 33 wide receiver in the nation and the third-best player in his home state, per 247Sports’ composite rankings. With Denmark’s commitment, Penn State has snagged the top three players in Pennsylvania, after Quinton Martin and Cooper Cousins previously committed to the program.

At 5’11” and 180 pounds, Denmark joins a recruiting group near the top of its class. Before Denmark’s commitment, Penn State’s class was ranked No. 7 in the nation by 247Sports. The wide receiver becomes the 11th four-star to commit to the group, but just the first wide receiver.

According to MaxPreps, Denmark registered 35 catches for 665 yards and seven touchdowns across six games in his junior year of football for Roman Catholic. He also rotated positions occasionally, throwing one pass for 31 yards and rushing seven times for 20 yards.

Denmark’s commitment comes after he made a surprise visit to Penn State on June 16 and decommitted from Oregon on June 18.

To see what Denmark can bring to Penn State, check out his Hudl highlights here.

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Joe Lister

Joe is a senior journalism major at Penn State and Onward State's managing editor. He writes about everything Penn State, especially its 10-2 football team. If you want to find him, Joe's usually watching soccer with his shirt off or at the gym with his shirt on. For dumb stuff, follow him on Twitter (iamjoelister). For serious stuff, email him ([email protected]).

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