run on walk-ons
James Franklin welcomed a couple new commits on Tuesday, as preferred walk-ons punter John Broshanan (Concord, N.C.), and wide receiver Brandon Clark (State College, Pa.) pledged to the Nittany Lions. Sean Fitz of Lions247 had a great breakdown of Broshanan's commitment, and the Centre Daily Times' John McGonigal wrote about Clark, who is the son of former Nittany Lions great Bruce Clark.
— John brosnahan (@Johnbrosnahan83) October 10, 2017
Two players expected to keep Nittany Lions fans on the edge of the seats for years to come are four-star wide receiver Daniel George, and four-star tight end Zack Kuntz. Their mid-season senior highlight films recently hit the world-wide-web. Enjoy. (h/t to Fitz and Land of 10's Tyler Donohue.)
— D George (@11DanielGeorge) October 9, 2017
— Zack Kuntz (@zackkuntz_717) October 11, 2017
an offer and a top-10
Four-star 2019 defensive end Khris Bogle (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) has a seriously impressive offer list of Florida State, Miami, Florida, Louisville, Michigan, LSU, Ohio State, and Oklahoma. Penn State joined the fray Tuesday with an offer to the Sunshine State prospect.
— Khris Bogle (@khris_a1) October 10, 2017
The nation-wide flavor didn't stop there, as four-star 2019 defensive end Savion Jackson (Clayton, N.C.) included the Nittany Lions in his list of finalists. Jackson visited PSU for the 2017 Blue/White game, and went in-depth on his top 10 with Adam Friedman of Rivals.
My Top 10 in no particular order pic.twitter.com/hbjnJ2F2b3
— Savion (@savionjac11) October 11, 2017
tick-tock puck drop
Penn State junior forward Chase Berger has a younger brother named Christian. Christian just committed to play for Guy Gadowsky! When he actually enrolls and plays is a bit difficult to determine, but it'll be at Pegula sometime in the foreseeable future.
Proud and honored to announce my commitment to play hockey at Penn State University. Thanks to my family and all my coaches. #WeAre
— Christian Berger (@ChrtistianB) October 11, 2017