Vincent makes the call

Penn State fans have waited patiently for a decision from Baltimore (Md.) Gilman cornerback Troy Vincent since the beginning of May. Now, they won't have to wait any longer.

The three-star prospect and longtime Penn State lean committed to the Nittany Lions while on campus for a visit on Wednesday, when the Nittany Lions hosted several committed and a handful of uncommitted prospects for a barbecue at the football facilities.

The 5-foot-10, 192-pound Vincent picked the Nittany Lions over scholarship offers from Arizona State, California, Michigan, Michigan State, Maryland, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, West Virginia and Wisconsin, among many others.

He was offered by the Nittany Lions following a stop at Penn State's positional camp last July. He was recruited for the Nittany Lions by assistant coaches Larry Johnson and John Butler.

Vincent carries a four-star rating according to the 247Composite, and is the No. 299 prospect in the country according to the measure. He also checks in as the No. 26 cornerback nationally and the No. 5 player in Maryland.

He is the son of former NFL cornerback and Wisconsin standout Troy Vincent.

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