Hartsfield becomes Penn States 16th

Penn State has landed its 16th verbal commitment for the Class of 2015.
Myles Hartsfield, a three-star athlete from Parlin (N.J.) Sayreville War Memorial, made his pledge to Nittany Lions' head coach James Franklin while on campus for Sunday afternoon's senior camp at the Lasch football facilities.
Rated as the No. 27 athlete in the country and No. 10-ranked prospect in New Jersey's Class of 2015, Hartsfield selected the Nittany Lions over competition from Rutgers.
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The decision came as little surprise, just days after Hartsfield indicated to Blue White Illustrated that his decision-making process was winding down in his recruitment.
"I'm going up to Penn State on Sunday," Hartsfield said. "I'm going to be camping with their coaches. For me, it's really coming down to Penn State and Rutgers. I've been thinking a lot about both of them, I've been keeping both of them in mind, so things are coming to the end for me. I should know what I want to do this month."
Clearly, after making the trek to Penn State for its senior camp Sunday, the decision took less time.
Blue White Illustrated recruiting analyst Ryan Snyder will have a complete reaction from Hartsfield following his participation in Sunday afternoon's camp.