Stanford flips Penn State legacy recruit
Stanford scored a Signing Day coup Wednesday morning by convincing Pennsylvania defensive back Andrew Pryts to sign with he Cardinal instead of Penn State.
— Bob Greenburg (@BobGreenburg) February 3, 2016
4 star safety Andrew Pryts flips to Stanford. Had great relationship with Shoop and opened up recruiting after he left.
— Matt Bortner (@M_Bortner) February 3, 2016
Pryts is a four-star safety Scout.com rates the No. 3 player in his home state, and a legacy recruit who described himself as "born a Nittany Lion" when he committed in August. His father, Ed, was a Penn State linebacker from 1979-81.
Proud to be a Stanford Man. 🌲 pic.twitter.com/hG86Yl4ByN
— Andrew Pryts (@Bpryts30) February 3, 2016
He is not the first player to drop a commitment to a Big Ten school in favor of the Cardinal in the past week.
Offensive lineman Devery Hamilton of Baltimore did so over the weekend. He was a Michigan commit.