This will be a running segment in For the Future all throughout the week as names are added to this list. Suffice to say, it's going to be quite the recruiting event. Take a look at some of the names already scheduled to be in attendance to watch Penn State take on Michigan under the lights for the Whiteout.
2019 4-Star WR Kendrell Scurry
Catch me in Pennsylvania this weekend #HypeBeast
— Kendrell Scurry (@D1Scurry) October 17, 2017
2020 5-Star DE Bryan Bresee
Happy Valley this weekend #107kstrong
— Bryan Bresee (@bryan_bresee) October 16, 2017
2020 4-Star CB Sheridan Jones
Will be attending Penn St vs Michigan game next week #WeAre
— SHERIDAN JONES (@SJones3_) October 13, 2017
2018 Commit 3-Star S Isaiah Humphries
This weekend is gonna be crazy
— Isaiah (@TheHumphries23) October 15, 2017
2019 S Dylan Farronato
Ill be in Happy Valley saturday for the Michigan game pic.twitter.com/52tk7XMlUl
— Dylan Farronato (@dylanfarronato) October 16, 2017
(Hoops) 2018 3-Star SF Jared Rhoden
Jared Rhoden, a class of 2018 SF from Our Saviour Lutheran (NY), will go on an official visit to Penn State this weekend.
— Pat Lawless (@PatLawless_) October 17, 2017
Keep checking on Roar Lions Roar this week to stay up to date with all of the confirmed visitors.
The coaching staff used the bye week not only as a chance to both check in on recruits by seeing them play but as a chance to send out some new offers, as well. Take a look at the newly-offered recruits
2019 3-Star CB Jalen Alexander (Grayson, GA)
2019 4-Star OLB Kevin Harris (Grayson, GA)
— Coach K Watson (@therealkwat) October 13, 2017
Alexander has been garnering interest from a host of high-powered SEC and ACC schools. He's also been offered by a number of Big Ten programs. He's currently ranked as the No. 45 cornerback in his class.
Harris is a slightly bigger name, being a four-star recruit. The No. 101 overall player in his class according to the 247Sports Composite rankings has also caught the eye of several teams. The offers aren't all there just yet, but it's still very early for both of these players. Offering early and highlighting the contributions of the Georgians on the current roster could help get Penn State in good position here early with both prospects.
2018 Commit 4-Star LB Jesse Luketa (Mercyhurst Prep, PA)
— Jesse Luketa (@OttawasVeryOwn) October 16, 2017
Checking in on the DEfensive End Targets
During the bye week, James Franklin took the time to head out to New Jersey to check in on his arguably top target, Jayson Oweh.
Coach Franklin witnessed the rout today 41-0#4-1
— Clout J (@JaysonOweh) October 14, 2017
While he was doing that, Tyreke Smith decided to use his weekend free time to take a visit down to Alabama.
— Tyreke Smith (@T_23_baller) October 16, 2017
There isn't much indication that Smith will go anywhere other than Penn State or Ohio State, but Alabama is always a tempting offer.
Got a Hockey Croot!
As strange as the football recruiting world is, the hockey recruiting world may be even stranger. Penn State hockey received a commitment from a 15-year old Dane Dowiak who won't be on campus for another 4 years or so. College hockey is wild.
— Dane Dowiak (@danedowiak) October 13, 2017