Over on the Gulfside, but continuing proof that Division I collegiate careers are possible for anyone willing to work for them:
From the Arnold Wrestling twitter feed, @AHSwrestlingPCB:
Confirmed with his parents as well. McClanahan made the decision after an official visit to Penn State last weekend. He is a three-time state placewinner (champion at 126 as a sophomore), finishing second at 120 as a freshman and third at 132 last year for the Marlins. He’s a three-time district champion and two-time region champ.
McClanahan expects to redshirt in his first season with the Nittany Lions.