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QB Marcus Stokes Shuts Down Recruitment Hours after Committing to Penn State

Well, that didn’t take long.

Just eight hours after he announced his commitment to Penn State, four-star quarterback Marcus Stokes (2023) publicly shut down his recruitment via Twitter.

“My recruitment is shut down,” Stokes wrote. “I am 107% @PennStateFball.”

Stokes is the ninth player to commit to Penn State’s 2023 class, and of those nine, he’s the fifth to shut down his recruitment. on Twitter, joining Alex Birchmeier, Joshua “Doogie” Miller, Mega Barnwell and J’ven Williams.

Of the five, Stokes is the first to shut down his recruitment so soon after committing. Penn State fans have plenty of reason to be excited.

Stokes (6-foot-2, 190 pounds) is a dual-threat who put up more than 3,100 yards of total offense and 28 touchdowns, helping Nease to a regional final in his junior season.

In the past year, Penn State has had three high-caliber quarterbacks commit. Drew Allar (five-stars) and Beau Pribula (three-stars) are already signed, and now, Stokes has made his signing all but official more than eight months out from the big day.

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