Class Of 2024 Combo Guard Jahvin Carter Commits To Penn State Hoops

If you build it, they will come.

Mike Rhoades picked up his first commitment of the Class of 2024 in Jahvin Carter, the combo guard announced on Twitter Monday night.

Carter, who stands at 6’2″ and 175 pounds, hails from Alcoa, Tennessee, and received offers from Middle Tennessee State, Georgia Tech, and Penn State.

Carter received an offer from Rhoades just 10 days ago and will be the first piece in the Nittany Lions’ recruiting Class of 2024.

The combo guard is reliable from distance, according to a MaxPreps three-point highlight reel, but remains unranked as a high school prospect per 247Sports.

The Class of 2024 recruit will hit the hardwood during Rhoades’ second go around leading the blue and white, following his debut season coaching Penn State hoops this season.

To see what Carter has to offer Happy Valley, check out his Hudl highlights here.

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