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Penn State Basketball: Nittany Lions Set To Host Top Recruits This Weekend

by on September 15, 2016 2:00 PM

Penn State basketball is taking advantage of its recruiting trail momentum this weekend as coach Pat Chambers and staff are set to host some of the highest rated prospects in the 2018 class for unofficial visits.

Reported by multiple recruiting outlets and confirmed by,Penn State will show off campus and an always entertaining football weekend experience to four prospects.

The first, Myles Dread, is already committed to the Nittany Lions, the three-star small forward out of Washington DC made the announcement in early July he would be taking his talents to Happy Valley.

Visiting along with Dread though are four-star small forwards Bryce Golden and Isaiah Mucius along with five-star forward and the nation's No. 3 ranked recruit Cameron Reddish by the 247 Composite formula. Reddish is a Norristown, PA native coming in at 6-foot-8 and 196 pounds with offers from the likes of Duke, Maryland, Kentucky and more according to ESPN. 

Mucius, rated the No. 25 recruit in the 2018 class by the 247 Network composite formula hails from Newark, NJ while Golden calls Sharpsburgh, Maryland home.

Penn State's 2016 recruiting class, now freshman on campus, finished No. 26 in the nation and fourth in the Big Ten. The Nittany Lions have no commits for the 2017 class (no available scholarships at the moment for that class) while Dread is the only member of Penn State's 2018 haul still years from completion.

Ben Jones covers Penn State football and basketball for He's on Twitter as @Ben_Jones88.
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