Among those taking their official visits to Penn State this weekend is a four-star Class of 2024 WR who’s committed elsewhere.
Tyseer Denmark, a 5-foot-11, 180-pounder who committed to Oregon Thanksgiving Day last fall, is on campus this weekend, he posted to his Instagram story Saturday morning.
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Denmark is an in-state product from Philadelphia’s Roman Catholic High School, the same alma mater as Penn State ‘23 signee Jameial Lyons, a four-star EDGE.
Penn State was in Denmark’s top three along with Ohio State and the (for now) winner, Oregon.
Denmark hasn’t announced an official visit to Ohio State yet, but he also didn’t announce his visit to Penn State before posting on his Instagram story Saturday morning.
He spoke with NSN in April 2022, long before announcing his commitment to Oregon, and said Penn State, then in his top five, “just did a great job recruiting me.”
“I know where I stand with them as far as being a top priority,” he said. “The thought of playing at home interests me. I think it was a no brainer for them to be in my top five based off the relationship that we have established. From a football standpoint, they have everything that I’m looking for. They have a great following, great coaching staff.”
Denmark racked up a team-leading 35 receptions for 665 yards (19 yards per reception) and seven touchdowns in just six recorded games for Roman Catholic as a junior last season.
Penn State doesn’t yet have a receiver committed to its 2024 Class. Five of its 17 commits are from Pennsylvania, including the two highest-rated: four-star ATH Quinton Martin (Belle Vernon High School) and four-star OL Cooper Cousins (McDowell High School).