Gone Without a Trace

Vanderbilt loses another prospect to Penn State as QB McSorley flips his commitment to the Lions.

Yet another Vanderbilt commit has flipped to Penn State.

Monday, FOS learned that QB Trace McSorley, who had previously picked the Commodores over Wake Forest and Boston College, had changed his commitment to the Nittany Lions. He informed FOS recruiting reporter Greg Pickle of his decision.

The 6-foot-1, 180-pounder led Briar Woods High in Ashburn, Va., to a 13-2 record in 2013. He also played safety, and was recruited at that position by some schools.

McSorley is the fourth Vandy recruit to flip to Penn State since former Commodore coach James Franklin landed the Nittany Lions' top job earlier this month.

Stay tuned for more.

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