Yazeed Haynes, a Class of 2023 wide receiver out of North Penn High School in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania will visit Penn State this weekend, June 10-12
Haynes, who was a Rutgers commit until he de-committed last month, has seen his stock skyrocket after his showing at the Rivals camp in Philadelphia, where he won camp MVP. He also performed well at the Whiteout camp that took place on Penn State’s campus over the weekend.
His performance at the camps has resulted in Haynes becoming a four-star recruit and now the No. 219 ranked player in the country.
— Yazeed Haynes (@ZeedHaynes) June 7, 2022
At the White Out camp, he clocked in at 4.39 seconds in the 40 at 6-foot-1 and 170 pounds. Furthermore, he developed chemistry with Class of 2023 commit Marcus Stokes. According to Tyler Calvaruso of 247 Sports, Haynes and Stokes were connecting on a lot of passes during drills. Penn State offered Haynes a scholarship Saturday.
More Marcus Stokes to Yazeed Haynes (@ZeedHaynes). Haynes has been standing out all day and has continued to shine during the 7-on-7 period. Routinely winning routes and has hauled in some jump balls downfield. pic.twitter.com/z3aDLqa27O
— Tyler Calvaruso (@tyler_calvaruso) June 4, 2022
He’s also received an offer from Minnesota, but according to Rivals.com Future Cast, he is most likely to commit to Penn State.
Wide receivers coach Taylor Stubblefield would love to add a talent like Haynes after four-star recruit Rodney Gallager committed to West Virginia and three-star recruit Kenny Johnson committed to Pitt over the weekend.
If he were to commit to Penn State, Haynes would join fellow wide receiver Ejani Shakir in Penn State’s Class of 2023.