Quantcast

Nittany Lions Land A Beast

Morgan McIntosh Pledges to PSU

Willie Saylor, Editor

Coming off a banner recruiting class in Cael Sanderson’s first season scouting talent for PSU, the Lions made waves again Monday when they scooped what is perhaps the most coveted upper-weight in the country.

While last year’s class was dominated by in-state talent, Cael couldn’t have went any farther to get this blue-chipper.
Morgan McIntosh, of famed Calvary Chapel HS, in California, has given his verbal commitment to continue his career at Penn State.

McIntosh already owns two state titles, at 171 and 189lbs, as a sophomore and junior, respectively.

This summer he won the Freestyle portion of USA Wrestling’s Junior National Tournament in 189lbs. It was his 3rd finals appearance in Fargo overall.

He also moved up in age group at the Fila Jr. National Championships in Ohio this summer. McIntosh placed 3rd, splitting matches with future teammate, Ed Ruth.

Morgan was ranked as our #1 184lb recruit in our Top Prospect Report last week, He joins our #1 125lb prospect, Nico Megaludis, also a Fargo finalist, as #1 recruits in the class of 2011 for Penn St.

One comment

  1. will we be able to purchase videos of the match’s to re-watch them to learn to make our own assessment of the talent in happy valley, but mostly to just enjoy the staffs direction that happy valley is leaning forward in also see the talent & the impressive way. Penn state will dominate at each event, a few matches will be closers than others but i do not c a Penn state loss this yr with coach Sanderson big ten coach of the yr. honors & beyond. and by the way u guys have the best news by far…your my second scource behing penn state. i do not know what happened to happy valley hall nelson? keep up the great work just remenber it just work,. thats all its just work & i enjoy your web site best of all.

    it also could be fun seeing kale drake wrestle David Taylor next yr or may be ever the yr after in the ncaa’s at 157 with each being undefeated to that point .
    what do u think??

    thx for listening

    pls pardon the spelling as i am old.

    rick smith
    class of 68 hwt
    st johns AZ