When you know, you know.
Though he's just wrapping up his freshman campaign, Adam Busiello, the No. 1 106-pounder in the country and No. 2 in the class of 2019, has made his decision. Busiello verbally committed to wrestle at Penn State this evening in the following tweet:
Verbally committed to The Penn State University!— Young Gingy (@adambusiello) June 28, 2016
Busiello, a New York native, is already a two-time state champion. He won the Super 32 and Eastern States this year as a freshman.
I guess we can't be too surprised given Busiello's singlet from his Super 32 final:
Busiello had this to say about his decision to commit to Penn State:
"I knew Penn State was the choice right when I arrived. All the guys made me feel at home. I love the atmosphere of the whole place, the work ethic of everyone on the team was just something you don't get to see. I think my style as a wrestler fits in with that of the teams. They all want to win and get better as people and I want to surround myself with people that want to get better. The whole campus was beautiful, I love it, my dad loves it, it's the place for me for sure and there is no doubt about that."
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