Three-star quarterback Will Levis didn’t need long to think about his Penn State offer.
The Nittany Lions’ newest commit attended a camp on Friday, earned a scholarship shortly afterward — and then committed on Saturday morning. The 6-foot-4, 222-pound pro-style signal-caller announced the news on Twitter.
“Officially committed to Penn State University!” he wrote. “I am a Nittany Lion!”
The Connecticut native chose Penn State over the likes of Florida State, Iowa and Syracuse. He also tested incredibly well at past Nike camp and, although he didn’t make the Elite 11 finals, he turned in the top SPARQ rating among 2018 pocket passers (123.27).
According to ESPN, he is the No. 32 pocket passer in his class and the top overall prospect in his home state.
He essentially replaces five-star talent Justin Fields, who decommitted last month.
Levis is the 16th commit of the class for the Nittany Lions. Based on rankings from 247 Sports, Penn State now boasts the No. 3 class in the nation.