Penn State Football: Hartsfield Tabs Nittany Lions, Latest Verbal Commitment To 2015 Class
Penn State didn't wait long to fill a recently vacated spot in the 2015 recruiting class as 3-star cornerback Myles Hartsfield verbally committed this weekend.
Hartsfield who hails from Sayreville War Memorial High School in Parlin, New Jersey, attended the first of Penn State's skills camps this Sunday alongside a few hundred other high school prospects.
Weighing in at 175 pounds and 5-foot-10, Hartsfield held offers from a host of other schools including Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Georgia Tech, West Virginia, and Cincinnati. By the end of his recruiting process Hartsfield had narrowed down his final decision to Penn State or Rutgers according to a handful of recruiting experts.
Now in the fold, Hartsfield is the third defensive back to commit to the Nittany Lions in this recruiting class, with safeties Ayron Monroe and Jarvis Miller already giving their verbal commitment to Franklin.
Hartsfield fills a vacant spot in Penn State's 2015 recruiting class after linebacker Josh Barajas decided last week to take his talents to Notre Dame.
Penn State's recruiting class is currently ranked No. 2 in the nation by several recruiting outlets with 16 verbal commitments.