Penn State Football: Zach Bradshaw Has De-Commited from Penn State

Colan Lamont@clamontsportAnalyst IIAugust 7, 2012

Wide receiver Zach Bradshaw has decided to take his talents elsewhere after having second thoughts about staying true to his commitment ever since the release of the Fresh Report.

SB Nation's Bud Elliott says that the 3-star prospect has a number of offers on the table from the likes of Virginia and Michigan State.

It's very likely that Bradshaw could commit to another team as early as today, with 247Sports.com reporting that the player has had visit with Virginia.

Virginia seems a bit of a step down from Penn State, but the coaching staff know that several players were bound to leave.

Bradshaw became a commit only in June and showed some bravery in deciding to attend a school that was constantly under the media spotlight.

He couldn't have foreseen the damning verdict handed down by the NCAA and so has decided to jump ship to prevent his collegiate career being harmed in any way.

Bradshaw will be a hard player to replace simply due to his versatility.

Although listed as a wide receiver, Bradshaw could project as a linebacker, H-back or even safety in the long run.

The good news is that as of now, all of the major commitments like Christian Hackenberg are still staying loyal to Penn State.

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