Broad and Vine's pipeline to Penn State continued on Friday afternoon as basketball star Lamar Stevens gave an oral commitment to the Nittany Lions.

Stevens, a 6-foot-6 senior wing, is the third Roman senior in the last six months to commit to Penn State. Tony Carr, a 6-4 guard, and Nazeer Bostick, a 6-4 wing guard, are also pledged to Penn State's Pat Chambers.

Stevens and Carr are four-star recruits, according to ESPN. Bostick is rated as a three-star recruit. The trio will join Shep Garner, who graduated from Roman in 2014, and started 33 games last season for the Nittany Lions.

Stevens chose Penn State over Indiana and Marquette. ESPN ranks Stevens as the nation's 100th-best recruit and the third best in the state, behind Carr and Friends' Central's DeAndre Hunter, who is committed to Virginia. Stevens transferred this year from the Haverford School, where he averaged 15 points per game.