SKYLER MORNHINWEG is confident Penn State's football program will rise above the recent mess and return to national prominence.
Although he can't offer a timetable, he does know he won't be part of the bounce-back.
Confirming information that became public in backdoor fashion Friday, Mornhinweg, the star quarterback from St. Joseph's Prep and the son of Marty Mornhinweg, the Eagles' offensive coordinator, said last night he will sign a national letter of intent with Florida tomorrow.
He made an oral commitment to Penn State last summer (after making one to Stanford even before his sophomore season).
"It was a hard choice to look away from Penn State. I know they're going to have success," Mornhinwg said by cellphone. "I just feel the best move for me is to go to Florida."