- Dave Hooker, Reporter, RecruitingNation
Zach Bradshaw is waiting for the dust to settle.
“As of now, yes,” the receiver from Damascus (Md.) High School said when asked if he was still committed to Penn State following the penalties levied against the Nittany Lions on Monday.
The NCAA banned Penn State from a post-season appearance for four seasons and cut its scholarships from 85 to 65 per year during that time. Bradshaw, like many Nittany Lions players and commitments, is still trying to evaluate the the current, albeit very fluid, state of the program.
“I'm still in the process of figuring that out,” Bradshaw said of what questions he needs answered before making a final decision.
Bradshaw said he had a notion that the penalties against Penn State would be strong, adding, “I kind of had an idea Sunday but they were still surprising.”
Bradshaw said if he decides against signing with Penn State, he will consider South Carolina, Virginia and Northwestern. They were the finalist among his suitors when he picked Penn State in June.