The Penn State Nittany Lions had one commitment from an Ohio point guard at the beginning of the year named Trey, and now they have a new one. Garfield Heights scorer Trey Lewis pulled the trigger on Thursday night and picked Penn State.
Point guards from the state of Ohio are flying off the board. Stevie Taylor got the party started, he followed by Travis Trice, and now according to Garfield Heights head coach Sonny Johnson, Lewis has picked Penn State.
Lewis capitalized on an excellent Hoop Group Elite Camp followed by a strong performance at the West Virginia Jam Fest to pull in an offer from Penn State. After finishing out July, Lewis decided to act on the offer and pulled the trigger.
Hailing from Garfield Heights, Lewis is a big time scorer who at 5-foot-10 has the ability to play on or off the ball.
His ability to score and play the point helped him draw offers from St. Joseph's, Akron, Kent State, and Cleveland State before he selected Penn State.
Lewis becomes the second pledge for the Nittany Lions in the class.