Penn State picked up a commitment Thursday night from point guard Kanye Clary, a 5-foot-11, 170-pounder from Massanutten Military Academy in Virginia. He is the first high school player to commit to Penn State since Micah Shrewsberry became coach.
AFTER A GREAT VISIT AT PENN STATE WITH @Coach_Shrews , @CoachAk40 AND STAFF, I’M GLAD TO SAY I’M COMMITTED TO PENN STATE UNIVERSITY!! #WeAre #AGTG@pennstatembb@legionofbluePSU@NittanyLion pic.twitter.com/vr76HPYIdb
— Kanye Clary 🙇🏽 (@Kanyeclary) June 3, 2021
Clary chose Penn State over Texas A&M, Old Dominion, Hampton, James Madison and Norfolk State. He is listed as a 2-star recruit by Verbal Commits and originally is from Virginia Beach, Va. Penn State offered him in April.
Shrewsberry has landed a couple of guards and a forward from the transfer portal since taking over at PSU, and the Nittany Lions are in the mix for some high-profile recruits, including Jameel Brown, Dereck Lively II and Otega Oweh. But Clary is the first prospect to commit to PSU.