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Penn State Commit Cam Wynter Breaks Down Decision

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Former Drexel guard Cam Wynter announced his commitment to Penn State Thursday via Twitter.

The 6-foot-2, 185-pound point guard chose Penn State over interest from Arkansas, Clemson, Penn State, Georgia Tech, West Virginia, NC State, Providence, Arizona State, Butler, Creighton, Pitt, Utah, DePaul, Cincinnati, Minnesota and UNLV, among others.

“(It came down to) my relationship with the coaching staff,” Wynter told The Portal Report. “Also, their vision for me on how I’d get better and continue to improve my game for the next level.”

Wynter averaged a team-high 15.8 points and 4.6 assists during the 2021-22 season at Drexel, while also posting 5.3 rebounds and 4.6 assists per game, earning First-Team All-CAA honors.

“I’m a floor general who can get others involved and make them better while also creating his own shot,” Wynter said.

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Wynter has one year of eligibility remaining.

Jacob Polacheck joins The Portal Report as a basketball writer, specializing in prospect interviews and portal breakdowns. Polacheck covers hoops at the high school and college level for zagsblog.com, serves as a scouting analyst for MADEHOOPS, and reports on the Business of Law at Daily Report.

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