PEnn State Goes In-Home With Castro-Fields
The top target left on the Lions board for 2017 is getting the full-court press from the Penn State staff. After visiting Happy Valley officially over the weekend, Tariq Castro-Fields had James Franklin, Sean Spencer, Charles Huff, and Terry Smith in for their final visit before a decision with the four-star cornerback.
— Tariq Castro-Fields (@ayeewonton) January 18, 2017
Castro-Fields will announce his choice on Monday between a final three of Penn State, Maryland, and Alabama. The Terps are a big favorite on the 247Sports Crystal Ball predictions.
Six Future Nittany Lions Make Final Rivals250
Rivals.com unveiled their final top-100 rankings earlier this week, with C.J. Thorpe shooting all the way up to 78th overall, and Lamont Wade staying strong at No. 11. The top-250 was released on Tuesday, with four more Nittany Lion commits making the cut.
- DE Yetur Matos - No. 136 (previously No. 128)
- DT Fred Hansard - No. 137 (129)
- QB Sean Clifford - No. 161 (138)
- CB Donovan Johnson - No. 224 (207)
Coaches across the country are using the first contact period of 2017 to reach out to not only prospects that will sign with their new schools next month, but also those that will sign in 2018, and yes, 2019. Accept it. You're old. Here are the most recent high schoolers to receive a Nittany Lion offer:
Five-star 2018 CB Tyreke Johnson-Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Fl.)
— tyreke johnson (@Im_showtime_) January 17, 2017
2019 CB Tyus Fields-William Amos Hough (Charlotte, N.C.)
— Tyus Fields (@FieldsTyus) January 17, 2017
Four-star 2018 ATH K'Vaughn Pope-Dinwiddie County (Dinwidde, Va.)
— Adam Friedman (@RivalsFriedman) January 17, 2017
2019 LB Kameron Brown-Lanier (Buford, Ga.)
— Kameron Brown (@Kameronbrown__) January 17, 2017