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2023 Guard Braeden Shrewsberry Commits to Penn State Basketball

On Wednesday morning, Braeden Shrewsberry, the son of Penn State head coach Micah Shrewsberry, committed to play for his father at Penn State.

Shrewsberry is a junior in high school, and is widely regarded as one of the top sharp-shooters in the class of 2023. The 6-foot-3 guard now plays for State College Area High School, after starting his high school career at West Lafayette High School when his father coached at Purdue. There, in his recent sophomore season, he averaged 20.9 points per game.

He initially picked up an offer from Penn State back on Sept. 25, and has now committed almost two months later. Shrewsberry also held offers from Xavier, St. Joseph’s, and George Washington, prior to his commitment.

With the commitment, Shrewsberry becomes the first member of his father’s 2023 class. At PSU, he will be playing alongside the 2022 class, which, headlined by four star Kebba Nije, is ranked as the No. 24 class in the nation according to 247 Sports.

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