Brady Berge discusses his recruiting process and announced his college decision live on FRL:
Penn State continues to collect the biggest and baddest dudes on the planet as No. 1 Brady Berge made his verbal commitment to the Nittany Lions on Wednesday on FloWrestling Radio Live.
Berge, whose junior season ended with an injury, has made a dominant return to the mat with a win over No. 2 Shane Griffith at Who's #1 and victories against No. 16 Aaron Brooks, No. 4 Stephan Glasgow, and No. 3 Quentin Hovis to win the Super 32 title at 152 pounds.
Berge is not just the top-ranked 160-pound wrestler in the country, but he's also the sixth-ranked recruit on the Class of 2017 Big Board. The two-time Minnesota state champion projects as a 149-pounder for an already powerful Penn State lineup.
Proud to announce that I will be continuing my academic and athletic career at Penn State! #WeAre— Brady Berge (@bradyberge) November 2, 2016
He is also the third highly ranked recruit to commit to the Nittany Lions in the past few months after juniors Roman Bravo-Young and Travis Wittlake Jr. made verbal commitments just a few weeks ago.
Watch Brady Berge get an overtime win at Who's #1 against Shane Griffith: