Penn State Suffers First De-Commit Following Sandusky Scandal

Full Ride@BR_FullRideB/R VideoJuly 25, 2012

The fallout from the Penn State scandal has hit the Nittany Lions hard, and now, those sanctions are affecting the recruiting trail, as Ross Douglas has de-committed and will not play his college football in Happy Valley.

The 5'10", 180-pound recruit is a 4-star cornerback from Avon, OH who during his sophomore year "rushed for 715 yards and nine touchdowns on roughly 100 carries," according to 247Sports

247Sports National Recruiting Analyst Barton Simmons gives us his scouting report on Ross Douglas and what school is benefiting from his decision.

Watch to find out what the next step is for Douglas and what this means for Penn State moving forward.

Penn State now waits to see if other top recruits such as TE Adam Breneman and QB Christian Hackenberg will stick to their commitments.

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