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Oh, Hello: Wrestling Edition

The recruiting train keeps on rolling for Cael Sanderson and company

2012 Olympic Teams Trials - Wrestling Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images

There appears to be no end in sight to Penn State wrestling’s dominance. After a long recruiting process, Brady Berge, the 6th-ranked pound-for-pound prospect in the class of 2017 and No. 1 at 160 pounds, has committed to Penn State.

Berge joins Nick Lee in the 2017 class for PSU and projects to the 149-poud weight class in college. The Minnesota native is coming off an injury in the 2015-2016 season but wasted no time getting back to usual self this year, downing top recruits Shane Griffith, Quentin Hovis and Aaron Brooks already in early season competition.

Berge is the latest commitment in a string for Penn State, as the Nittany Lions recently added class of 2018 prospects Roman Bravo-Young and Travis Wittlake.

You can listen to Brady announce his commitment and break down his decision at

Welcome to Penn State, Brady! We Are!