Diamond Bragg took the mic at her signing ceremony inside the Camp Hill Gym Wednesday and talked about what it meant to be able to put pen to paper to play basketball at Wisconsin. It’s what she’s been working for since she was 5, she told the throng of students and media that showed up for the event. And, then, she said she looked forward to beating Penn State. So, watch out Nittany Lions, because, otherwise, Wednesday was a pretty, normal day for the standout junior.
According to Cougars' senior standout Micah Parsons, White Jr., is "the next big thing" coming out of Harrisburg. "Six ... uh, two and a half ... pushing 6-3," the 6-foot-3, 240-pound Parsons said Saturday. "He's pushing my height so stay tuned. "When I leave, I won't say he's going to be the next Micah Parsons ... he's the next Andre White." To that -- the fact that, while Parsons was calling him special, he was, jokingly, not putting him on quite the same level -- White Jr. burst into laughter.
Could Micah Parsons end up at Penn State after all? He says the answer to that question will come Dec. 20 at Harrisburg High School. And, after the senior helped Harrisburg wrap up its first undefeated regular season in 46 years Saturday, he said Penn State will get one of his final visits. Parsons spent a little more than a year committed to Penn State, but he backed off that decision, reopening his recruitment in April. Georgia, he said, will get his other official visit.
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Selecting a term
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