Maine South offensive lineman Brendan Brosnan is following James Franklin to Penn State.
Brosnan, who orally committed to Vanderbilt six months before Franklin left the Commodores for Penn State, has decided to join him, according to Maine South coach David Inserra.
"He believes in what Coach Franklin is doing and will do at PSU," Inserra said via text message. "Tough decision, but he will play in the Big Ten. Coaching change is the reason. Franklin and his staff recruited Brosnan."
The 6-foot-6, 275-pound tackle, a first team All-State selection by the Tribune, is the third former Vanderbilt recruit Franklin has flipped.
According to multiple reports, De La Salle running back Mikale Wilbon, who orally committed to Vanderbilt last April, has re-opened his recruiting. He said on Twitter he will visit Nebraska this weekend and Vanderbilt the following weekend.
Oral commitments are non-binding and do not become official until signing day Feb. 5.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun