James Franklin got some more good news early Saturday evening when Harrisburg defensive tackle Fatorma Mulbah committed to the Nittany Lions. Mulbah is the third player to pick Penn State this weekend, as approximately 100 prospects were on campus for camp.
Just like Norval Black and Ji'Ayir Brown before him, Mulbah caught the attention of the Penn State staff at a June elite-skills camp in Happy Valley. Days following his camp performance, he received the coveted offer from Franklin and DL coach Sean Spencer.
The mulbah File
- Class: 2020
- Size: 6-3/270 lbs
- Pos: Defensive tackle
- School: Susquehanna Township (Harrisburg, PA)
- Composite Rating: ★★★ (.8600)
- Composite Rank: 708th overall (58th-ranked defensive tackle)
Mulbah held offers from Temple, Navy, Buffalo, Bowling Green, and UMass. He is the fifth-ranked 2020 prospect in the Keystone State.
Originally from Liberia, Mulbah moved to the United States just four years ago. Brian Dohn of 247Sports got a chance to speak with Mulbah following his commitment, and he talked a bit about the transition.
Mulbah is the 11th member of Penn State's class and the fourth commitment on the defensive side of the ball.
Fatorma Mulbah wrestling and football highlights: