For The Future (10.07.16): Do Work, Pat

By Dan Vecellio on October 7, 2016 at 11:13 am
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hoops Visitors This weekend

Pat Chambers has another big visit weekend lined up for homecoming. It's not as noteworthy as the headliners they hosted for the Temple game, but another strong group of prospects are scheduled to be in Happy Valley.

Bolton, a 247Sports Composite three-star point guard, also has Power 5 offers from Clemson and Virginia Tech.

Tabbs was an elite camp offer from the summer. He was suppose to be visiting for the Kent State game a few weeks ago, so either he's coming up for the third time in three months or he more likely never made it for the reported Kent State visit. 

Mikeal Jones is one of Philadelphia's bright young stars. He transferred out of Roman Catholic to Girard College and reclassified from 2019 to 2020. This will be his first reported visit to State College this weekend.

Chambers continues early pursuit into 2019 class

While the transfer of freshman Joe Hampton opened up a scholarship for Pat Chambers to use for the 2017 cycle, the staff is continuing their early pursuit of underclassmen instead, as they evaluated a couple of 2019 prospects yesterday.

The 6'7 small forward out of Cleveland (Oh.) hasn't received any offers yet, but along with Penn State, top schools in Ohio are also starting to perk their ears up for Gaffney. 

Crisler is also a 6'8" forward out of the Philadelphia area. He attends La Salle College High School in the Catholic League and plays for the Philly Pride AAU club on the Under Armour circuit. Check out his City of Basketball Love's profile here

homecoming visit for 2019 lb

Via our friends at Lions247, St. John's College (Washington, D.C.) linebacker Shane Lee, the number one prospect from the area, will be visiting Penn State for this weekend's Homecoming matchup with Maryland. While young, given the state of the current linebacking situation, a recruit like Lee and his 240-pound frame should notice the opportunity for early playing time at a school like Penn State.

Look for a more extensive list of visitors for Saturday's Homecoming game a little later today.

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