Will Fuller Decommits From Penn State, Will Play At Notre Dame, According To Report

Players continue to trickle out of the Penn State football program, as 2013 recruit Will Fuller announced that he is now planning on attending Notre Dame, according to CBS Sports.

The wide receiver took an unofficial visit to Notre Dame over the weekend, and shortly after switched his verbal commitment from the Nittany Lions to the Fighting Irish. He is the 19th player to sign with Notre Dame for 2013.

He measures in at 6-foot-1 and 170 pounds, and was one of the top players in the 7-on-7 National Championship earlier this season. He had other offers from Rutgers and Boston College before Penn State offered him a scholarship.

He is now the third player from the 2013 Penn State recruiting class to decommit. The class now stands at 11 players.

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