Four-star 2022 center Kebba Njie has released his final three schools - Kansas State, Butler, and Penn State. The Indiana native will announce his college decision at noon Saturday.
First of all I just want to thank all the coaches that have been recruiting me for giving me the opportunity to play at their school. With that being said Ill be committing this Saturday at noon. My top 3 will be Kansas State, Butler, and Penn State. #TGBATG pic.twitter.com/JBDQJvaQA8— Kebba Njie (@kebba_njie23) September 16, 2021
Njie is the No. 103 player in the 2022 class and the fourth-ranked player in the state of Indiana – a state where Micah Shrewsberry has a lot of ties.
The 6'8 big man took official visits to all three of his finalists, with the most recent being a trip to Penn State on September 10.
Should Njie choose Penn State, he'd be the highest-ranked big man in program history.
The 2022 Nittany Lions recruiting class already includes commitments from top-150 prospect guard Jameel Brown, as well as top-215 prospects forward Evan Mahaffey and guard Kanye Clary. Should Njie choose Penn State, he will not only represent a much-needed big man in the group but he will also become the highest-rated player in the class (No. 103 nationally).
A commitment from Njie would elevate Penn State to the No. 9-rated class in the country for the 2022 cycle.