For the Future (11.16.17): Nebraska Visitor List Grows, Latest on Micah Parsons, and More!

By Craig Fritz on November 16, 2017 at 11:01 am
Four-star OT prospect Trevor Keegan

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Yesterday, we wrote about the pending official visits of Solomon Enis and Jayson Oweh for the Nebraska game. Certainly those are the biggest names on campus this weekend for the 2018 class, but there is some serious, younger talent also making its way to Happy Valley.

Sean Fitz of Lions247 reports that four-star offensive tackle Trevor Keegan (Crystal Lake, Ill.) will be in town for Senior Day. The nation's 156th ranked player has offers from all over and is currently crystal-balled to Michigan. His recent visits include Wisconsin, Notre Dame, and Oregon. 

Fitz also reports 2019 three-star wide receiver John Metchie (Sharpsburg, Md.) will be making his third visit to Penn State this season. The Canadian native was also in town for the Georgia State and Michigan games. At this point, it seems Metchie would be the Lions to lose, but it all depends on where they have him on their board.

Three-star 2019 defensive back Tyler Rudolph (Waterbury, Conn.) will be in town. According to 247Sports, Rudolph camped at Penn State over the summer, so he's well-known to James Franklin and staff.

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We've mentioned him before, but 2020 four-star wide receiver Mike Wyman (Greensboro, N.C.) is a player to watch for Penn State. The yougin' was on campus for the Rutgers game and came away impressed. He broke down his visit with Ryan Snyder of Rivals.

much ado about micah

The next big commitment watch for Nittany Lion fans will be Dec. 20 when Harrisburg five-star Micah Parsons makes his final college choice. Once a Penn State pledge, Parsons backed out of his commitment and took visits around the country. It seems that many have him pegged to circle back to the Lions. Mike Farrell and Ryan Snyder of Rivals addressed Parsons' destination in a column this week.

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