Philadelphia (Pa.) Roman Catholic receiver Will Fuller reports that he committed to Penn State on Tuesday after earning an offer from the Nittany Lions at camp over the weekend.
The 6-foot, 165-pound Fuller chose Penn State over offers from the likes of Boston College, Rutgers and Temple.
"I told you that I wanted to see some other schools before I decided. But I talked to people and they said, 'If your heart is at Penn State, just go there," Fuller said.
"I called Coach Van. He told me that he was so excited and told me he would call Coach (Bill) O'Brien. Coach O'Brien told me the same thing, that he was excited, too. He said that I'm a player that they want there and the whole nine yards."
Fuller is the 10th commit for the Nittany Lions in the class of 2013.
"A big part of my decision was my mom and my parents, they love Penn State," he said. "When I was in the room talking with Coach O'Brien, I just looked at them and their eyes were lit up. They had a big impact on my decision and since the Junior Day up there that's where I wanted to go."
As a junior, Fuller caught 46 passes for 758 yards and 10 touchdowns. He is ranked as the nation's No. 65 receiver and No. 12 player in the state of Pennsylvania according to 247Sports.