I went on a visit to Oklahoma State, and felt it was the place I should be," Wittlake said. "Aside from all the recruiting, the phone calls, the coaches, I felt Oklahoma State provided my kind of atmosphere, and people. Don't get me wrong, PSU is awesome and I have great respect for the coaching staff there. I felt I could succeed under John Smith or Cael Sanderson, as they're both great coaches, but it came down to a gut feeling and a place where I am going to be happy.Last year around this time, the Cadet world bronze medalist Wittlake and Roman Bravo-Young made a tandem verbal commitment to Penn State via Skype. But now it seems that Wittlake has had a change of heart. As the No. 1-ranked 182-pounder and the second-ranked recruit in the country, the senior out of Oregon projects as a 174/184 on the next level.
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