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Penn State adds 2020 commitment from Montreal WR

Michael Love
Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Penn State coach James Franklin added another recruit Thursday.

The Penn State football team picked up another member of the Class of 2020 on Thursday morning.

Malick Meiga, a wide receiver from Cegep du Vieux High School in Montreal, gave a verbal commitment to the Nittany Lions.

He is rated three stars by 247sports.

Meiga, who received an offer from Penn State in May, made his decision after a campus visit last weekend. He also visited the Nittany Lions on June 9.

The 6-foot-4, 190-pound rising senior had 17 Division I offers, including ones from Baylor, Cincinnati, Syracuse, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.

He received a majority of his offers over a two-month stretch in the spring after opening eyes at a couple of camps in the U.S.

Meiga’s commitment brings Penn State’s 2020 class total to 21.

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