Philadelphia guard Sam Sessoms, who played two years at Binghamton, has committed to Penn State. A transfer student, he has two years of eligibility remaining.
— Patrick Chambers (@Coach_Chambers) March 30, 2020
— Lamar Stevens (@LamarStevens11) March 30, 2020
Delgreco Wilson of The Black Cager:
Desirous of an opportunity to compete at the highest level, Sessoms has decided to join a Nittany Lion club that was ranked in the top 25 most of the last season. He will redshirt a year have seasons of eligibility remaining.
When asked why he chose Penn State over Rutgers, Wichita State, Marquette, Clemson and 50 other suitors, Sessoms said “It’s a great school, degree from Penn State will be huge for a boy from the Bottom section of West Philly. And, the Penn State alumni family is huge, I look forward to becoming a part of the network. As far as basketball is concerned, I think it’s a nice fit. I can see myself growing as a player and person under Coach Chambers and the coaching staff. Most importantly after basketball, a degree from Penn state would be good for me for the rest of my life.”
One of the most entertaining and competitive players in college basketball, Sessoms will provide Chambers with yet another Philly guard with a chip on his shoulder. Expectations will be high and Sessoms will exceed them.
Welcome home to the City 7 Sam Sessoms!