Penn State cracks top 6 for 4-star SF out of North Carolina
Penn State cracked the top 6 for Class of 2024 small forward Sir Mohammed Monday, joining the likes of Marquette, Stanford, Virginia Tech, Villanova and Oklahoma.
Mohammed stands at 6-foot-6, 200 pounds and plays shooting guard at Myers Park high school in Charlotte, North Carolina.
He announced his top 6 via Twitter Monday:
As of today, in no particular order… My Top 6 schools are Virginia Tech, Stanford, Penn State, Marquette, Villanova and Oklahoma. @CoachJonesMPB @Sim_Frazier @TeamCurry @MyersPark_Hoops pic.twitter.com/eG6TrPhsaU
— Sir Mohammed (@thesirmohammed) March 21, 2023
Mohammed is considered to be the No. 73 prospect in the nation, as well as the No. 20 overall small forward and the No. 9 player from the state of North Carolina.
The Nittany Lions have some serious momentum right now, the next step is locking down head coach Micah Shrewsberry. The 2nd year head coach led Penn State to a 23-14 record and a NCAAT berth, including a win over Texas A&M in the first round.