On Thursday, head coach Micah Shrewsberry added a big-time transfer prospect, as former Drexel guard Cam Wynter chose the Nittany Lions.
Former Drexel guard Cam Wynter has committed to Penn State!
— The Portal Report (@ThePortalReport) April 14, 2022
Wynter, a 6-foot-2 guard, played four seasons at Drexel, averaging at least 11 points per game in all four and at least 15 points per game in his last three. The high-level scorer shot 43 percent from the field this season, and 28 percent from three-point range. However, in his career, he is a 34 percent three-point shooter. He also prides himself on his court vision and defensive ability.
Wynter broke down his game with Nittany Sports Now prior to his commitment.
“I feel like I’m a do-it-all point guard,” he said. “I have the ability to score from all three levels while being a good floor general and being a good defender.”
In addition to Penn State, he also heard from Arkansas, NC State, West Virginia, Pitt, Clemson and many more upon entering the portal.
After the Nittany Lions lost guard Sam Sessoms to the transfer portal recently, the addition of Wynter, paired with the addition of Bucknell transfer Andrew Funk are huge for the program. Leading scorer Jalen Pickett will also be returning, giving Shrewsberry a solid backcourt full of college experience.