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Roman Catholic WR Tyseer Denmark decommits from Oregon, flips to Penn State

Tagged under: District 12, News, Recruiting

| June 21, 2023

“I feel comfortable at Penn State because of the family culture they have”

After committing to Oregon in November, WR Tyseer Denmark recommitted to Penn State and is staying in state. Denmark is ranked 4th in the state and 30th nationally at his position. Turning down offers from schools such as Alabama, Georgia, Miami, Michigan/Michigan State, Ole Miss, Ohio State, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia, and much more. Penn State made Denmark a priority target to get after he committed to Oregon.

Denmark shined in his junior year going for 892 receiving yards off of 53 catches for 10 touchdowns.

Penn State has now landed 5 out of the top 10 ranked players from Pennsylvania. Denmark is the first WR from the 2024 class to commit to Penn State and is the second highest-rated player going to Penn State from the 2024 class. Denmark is also the second player to commit to Penn State out of Philadelphia and will be joining Imhotep CB Kenneth Woseley as the two players from Philadelphia to commit to PSU.

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