Top Rockford HS football recruit decommits from Penn State

Jim Harbaugh and Quinn Nordin take a photo together as they head to Ann Arbor. (Courtesy Nordin via Twitter)

BELMONT, Mich. (WOOD)— The nation’s top kicker from Rockford High School is changing his plans for college.

Quinn Nordin took to Twitter Thursday to announce he is decommitting from Penn State.

“I believe the best path for my future and career no longer exists at Penn State,” stated a tweet from Quinn Nordin’s account Thursday. “Therefore I am decommiting and will be taking my official visit to USC this weekend.”

Nordin made the announcement less than two weeks after meeting with University of Michigan football head coach Jim Harbaugh at his home in Belmont. A neighbor of Nordin’s razzed Harbaugh, posting a welcome sign with the final score of the Michigan-Michigan State game.

Harbaugh also accompanied Nordin at Rockford High School and to Ann Arbor for a campus visit.

In Thursday’s tweet, Nordin thanked Penn State and said he would sign his national letter of intent on Feb. 3.

Comments are closed.