Zayd Issah, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound linebacker from Central Dauphin High in Harrisburg, committed to Penn State on June 29, less than a month before the NCAA sanctions were assessed. He withdrew his commitment on Sept. 7 but reinstated it after (Bill) O'Brien hosted visits for recruits on Saturday.
Two other players to commit were 6-1, 180-pound cornerback Anthony Smith of Randolph, N.J., who competed this season for Valley Forge Military Academy, and 6-1, 235-pound linebacker Jonathan Walton of Daphne, Ala.
The weekend commitments increased Penn State's total for 2013 to 16, which is one more than the 15-scholarship limit imposed by the NCAA beginning next year and continuing through 2016.
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