Penn State’s weekend win over Indiana made enough of an impression on one of that state’s top quarterback prospects that he changed his commitment on Monday night.
Decatur Central quarterback Tommy Stevens flipped his commitment from the Hoosiers and announced his intention to play for Penn State, multiple recruiting services confirmed. Stevens, considered a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, 24/7 Sports and Scout.com, became the most recent dual-threat quarterback to give an oral commitment to the Nittany Lions and is the lone signal-caller in the 2015 class after Brandon Wimbush flipped to Notre Dame earlier this year.
Stevens, listed at 6-foot-4 and 200 pounds from Indianapolis, is the 19th prospect in the current class. His commitment is non-binding until he signs a National Letter of Intent in February.