Miner to Team USA
Blessed To Be Invited To Play With Team U.S.A pic.twitter.com/084x8ocIut— JordanUno Miner (@_Jordanminer) December 29, 2017
Class of 2018 signee Jordan Miner announced on Twitter that he was invited to play with the United State National Football Team.
Miner, a 6-foot-1 cornerback is No. 66 in the state of Florida and a three-star player.
Gearing up for All-America Game
Four-star recruit Jayson Oweh is counting down the days until the Under Armour All-America game. Oweh took to Twitter to show off some of his gear as well as to retweet some of the jersey designs for the game.
The All-America game kicks off Jan. 4, 2018, on ESPNU.
Cabinda on Parsons: 'I think he can do a lot for us'
Senior linebacker Jason Cabinda spoke to the press during the Fiesta Bowl media availability and, when asked what life would be like for Penn State after he graduates, hinted at some of the guys who are next in line, including a certain signee:
"Guys like Cam Brown and Koa Farmer, some of those guys who have a lot of snaps under their belts right now. And obviously you have Micah Parsons coming in, try him out at Mike linebacker. Ellis Brooks, the young Ellis Brooks, who I think has a lot of characteristics that can translate to that Mike linebacker position. Hard worker, excited for him. And Jan Johnson as well. I think he's a sleeper in the room."
While Cabinda does not personally know Parsons, he's confident in his abilities.
"I've obviously been around him from a recruiting aspect. Besides that not too much. Confident guy, guy who is confident in his abilities, a very skilled player. Unique skill set. So I think he can do a lot for us."