Penn State commit charged with robbery

Penn State commit charged with robbery

A top recruit for Penn State football was arrested Friday for allegedly robbing a Wawa convenience store in Philadelphia over the summer.

Isheem Young was arraigned Friday night on counts of robbery, conspiracy, firearms violations and related offenses, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

He allegedly robbed a Wawa at 1602 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd. on July 30 and took $13,600, according to police via the Inquirer.

The Inquirer reports that Young allegedly robbed the store with the help of his brother, who manages the store, and a getaway driver.

Young’s bail is set at $150,000.

Not long before that he announced he was committing to Penn State to play football in the fall of 2019. He is currently a senior at Imhotep Institute Charter in Philadelphia.

Young was supposed to play in the state semifinals against Bethlehem Catholic on Friday night, but he didn’t due to the arrest.

Despite the loss of Young, Imhotep won 34-14 to advance to the finals.

ESPN ranks Young as the 170th recruit in the Class of 2018.

He is a standout running back and safety at Imhotep, but was recruited by Penn State as a safety.

As a running back, Young, who is 6 feet 3, 195 pounds, has rushed for 783 yards and 17 touchdowns this year.

However, there are reports that Young is no longer part of the recruiting class following his arrest.

On the Lions 24/7 site, Young was not listed among the 2018 recruiting class.

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