Penn State loses another commitment

Counting transfers, the Nittany Lions have now lost 13 players since the release of the Freeh Report. Dave Miller

Print This August 07, 2012, 11:35 AM EST

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Penn State lost another recruit from its 2013 class when wide receiver/linebacker Zach Bradshaw decommitted from the program.

The Damascus High School (Damascus, MD) product became the fourth Penn State recruit to decommit in the wake of NCAA sanctions against the school.

The 6-2, 205-pounder could be a fit at Michigan State, which extended an offer after the penalties were announced against PSU. Bradshaw's father attended the East Lansing school. Bradshaw also could re-consider South Carolina, Virginia and Northwestern. Those schools were finalists when he picked Penn State on June 27.

Bradshaw was recruited to play outside linebacker in State College, but it will be interesting to see if he lands at a school that believes he can excel on offense at receiver. A standout on both sides of the ball, he caught 35 passes for 466 yards and seven touchdowns while rushing 25 times for 219 yards and two scores in 2011.

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