Or will that be former Penn State recruit?
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Isheem Young was one of three individuals arrested Friday in connection with the armed robbery of a Wawa convenience store in South Philadelphia this past summer. One of the two alleged accomplices is Young’s brother, the manager of the store that was robbed, while the other an unnamed getaway driver.
The Inquirer reports that the 18-year-old Young is facing charges of robbery, conspiracy, firearms violations and related offenses He is currently being held in lieu of a $150,000 bond.
It’s alleged that Young and his partners in crime made off with $13,600 in cash from the store’s safe. A police report stated that Young entered the store armed with a black revolver and committed the robbery, part of which was recorded on surveillance cameras:
Young committed to play his college football at Penn State in mid-July; two weeks later is when he allegedly committed the crime. He was 17 years old when the incident happened.
A four-star 2018 recruit, he’s rated as the No. 12 safety in the country; the No. 5 player at any position in the state of Pennsylvania; and the No. 151 player overall on 247Sports.com‘s composite board.
The new early-signing period for college football, incidentally, kicks off in less than three weeks.