Three star prospect Zach Bradshaw opened up as to why he decommitted from Penn State.
Bradshaw, a wide receiver and linebacker from Damascus (Md.), was the third player to decommit from Penn State since the NCAA sanctions and the fourth since the Freeh Report was released.
In a video with the Washington Post, Bradshaw said the decision was hard. "Initially I was really excited about Penn State," Bradshaw said. "And I didn't really think anything like the sanctions were going to happen."
Bradshaw, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound prospect, committed to Virginia in August. He had committed to Penn State in June.