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Penn State Lands Commit No. 15 on the 4th of July

Paul SalmanSenior Analyst IOctober 28, 2016

Wide Receiver

Camp Hill (PA) Trinity

Ht: 6'4"

Wt: 195 lbs

Forty: 4.5 secs

Class: 2009 (High School)

 

The good news continues for Penn State early in July.  Starting with Adam Gress on the first of the month and continuing with Curtis Dukes on the second, wide receiver Christian Kuntz from Camp Hill, Pennsylvania has now decided to be a Nittany Lion.

Kuntz will make his commitment official today, July 5th, as he did not want to bother the coaches over the holiday.  I'm sure good news would not be bothersome, but it's a nice move by Kuntz to get on their good side already.

He already has a good relationship with Coach Larry Johnson, who we as fans must all continue to thank for his amazing recruiting job over the last few years.

Kuntz claims that the location of the campus, and the fact that Penn State is graduating its three starting wide receivers after 2008, helped him make his decision.  He is excited at the idea of having a shot to play as a freshman.

Being the son of a Terrapin Alum, and having a family of Notre Dame fans, he was not a Penn State fan growing up.  His family now claims they will be fans for the next four to five years.

Kuntz chose Penn State over the likes of Notre Dame, Rutgers, UConn, and Maryland.

 

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