Penn State gets commitment from yet another wide receiver

Wide receiver Chris Godwin of Middletown, Del., has become the third high school wide receiver in the last 10 days to give an oral commitment to Penn State for the freshman class of 2014, according to recruiting web sites.

The 6-foot-2, 197-pound Godwin, who will play his senior season at Middletown HIgh School in the fall, is rated a four-star recruit by both Rivals and Scout, which rank him 39th and 41st, respectively, among all wide receivers who graduate in 2014.

He is the sixth recruit to commit to head coach Bill O'Brien, and joins Troy Apke of Mount Lebanon, Pa., and De'Andre Thompkins of Swansboro, N.C., as wide receivers who have pledged since April 13.

"I kind of realized that it was the best place for me," Godwin told "I feel real comfortable there with the coaching staff and I feel like that's my best opportunity to develop as a player and as a person."

Godwin also received offers from Ohio State, Virginia Tech, North Carolina State, South Carolina, West Virginia and California. He caught 42 passes for 834 yards and 12 touchdowns last season at Middletown, while rushing for 427 yards and five TDs.

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