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Penn State Offers Braeden Shrewsberry, Son of Coach Micah Shrewsberry

On Friday, Penn State head coach Micah Shrewsberry offered a very familiar prospect in the class of 2023.

That offer went out to Braeden Shrewsberry, who is a 6-foot-2, 170-pound guard that happens to be his son.

Shrewsberry plays for Indiana Elite as well as State College Area High School. In addition to Penn State, he holds offers from George Washington, Xavier, and Saint Josephs.

“I think I’m a really good shooter which makes it a lot easier for everything else,” Shrewsberry told Baumhoops.com in an interview. “I can handle the ball pretty well and I get our team into the offense. can play off-the-ball, too. I’m a good passer, which gets my teammates a lot of open looks when I get in the paint and the defense helps.”

Shrewsberry has made stops playing in Indianapolis, West Lafeyette, and now State College, due to his dad’s previous stops at Butler, Purdue, and now Penn State.

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