Top Penn St. Recruit to miss His State Playoff Game After Arrest For Robbing Convenience Store (Video)

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This one hurts, because big brother should have shielded Sheem from all this madness.

A top Philadelphia high school star and Penn State commit may have thrown his career away, after being arrested for a July robbery of a neighborhood convenience store per reports.

A court official said tha 18-year-old Isheem Young was arraigned late Friday night on counts of robbery, conspiracy, firearms violations and related offenses. Bail was set at $150,000, and it was not immediately clear whether he made bail.

Even more disheartening, his older brother was the manager at the Wawa, and likely the brains behind the operations.

A police report alleged that Young, armed with a black revolver, robbed the Wawa at 1602 Christopher Columbus Blvd. on July 30 and took $13,600 in cash from the store’s safe.

Young committed to Penn State less than two weeks before the incident.

Police said that Young — who was 17 at the time of the crime — was aided by his brother, who was the manager of the Wawa, and by a getaway driver.

Young was ranked the No. 6 recruit in the state and No. 170 in the country by ESPN.

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