A multitude, a gaggle, a legion, a deluge of high school football prospects will ascend on State College this weekend. The number will likely surpass triple digits, as Penn State's spring showcase may be the hottest recruiting event of the weekend. Don't take our word for it, just believe five-star 2020 wide receiver Julian Fleming.
Happy valley is the place to be this weekend
— 0J4 (@julian_040) April 18, 2018
- Zach Harrison - 5-star DE - Official visit
- Owen Pappoe - 5-star OLB - Official visit
- Tyler Rudolph - 4-star CB - Official visit
- Marquis Wilson - 4-star ATH - Official visit
- Ronald Thompkins - 4-star ATH - Official visit
- Devyn Ford - 4-star RB - Official visit
- Mazi Smith - 4-star DT - Official visit
- Jaden Davis - 4-star CB - Official visit
- Ja'Markis Weston - 4-star ATH - Official visit
- Cam'Ron Kelly - 4-star ATH - Official visit
- Anthony Alfano - 4-star DT
- Xavier Truss - 4-star OL
- DeMarcco Hellams - 4-star ATH
- Caedan Wallace - 4-star OL
- Rodas Johnson - 4-star DT
- Jahleel Billingsley - 4-star TE
- Saleem Wormley - 3-star OL
- Ta'Quan Roberson - 3-star QB - Commit
- Keaton Ellis - 3-star DB - Commit
- Caleb Tate - 3-star OLB
- Zachary Franks - 3-star OL
- Bryan Bresee - 5-star DE
- Julian Fleming - 5-star WR
- Luke Hill - 4-star CB
- Rakim Jarrett - 4-star WR
- Tre Williams - 4-star DT
The biggest camp honor for high school prospects is an invitation to The Opening, Nike's premier summer football camp/competition. Here's the list of Penn State targets thus far invited to the final in Frisco, Texas.
- LB Brandon Smith
- TE Keon Zipperer
- RB Devyn Ford
- LB Owen Pappoe
- OL Caedan Wallace
- DT Anthony Alfano
- S Nick Cross
- ATH DeMarcco Hellams
Hoops head boss Pat Chambers is pounding the recruiting circuit, landing the Lions in the mix for grad transfers Joe Cremo, Michael Finke, and Nat Dixon. He's also making visits to visit high school prospects in the 2019 and 2020 classes.
- Maceo Austin is a three-star 2019 shooting guard from Kennedy Catholic in Hermitage, Pa. Chambers took the whole crew to visit Austin.
— (@MaceoAustin5) April 18, 2018
- Moulaye Sissoko is a 2019 three-star brickhouse of a power forward from Mali. He's playing at Lincoln Academy in Suwanee, Ga.
— Andrew Slater (@Andrew__Slater) April 18, 2018
Sean Wracher is a 2019 long snapper from Cleveland. Pitt is his other Power 5 offer.
— Sean Wracher (@swracher) April 17, 2018
Braylen Ingraham is a 2019 four-star DE from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. His other offers include Oklahoma, Miami, Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State...you get the idea.
— B5 (@BIngraham5) April 16, 2018
Myles Murphy is a 2020 five-star defensive end from Powder Spring, Ga. He's 247Sports' No. 34 overall player in the class, and the No. 2 strong-side defensive end.
— Myles Murphy (@BigMurphy_25) April 13, 2018
The Nittany Lions made the top-11 of Georgia DB D.J. Turner II. High-five your grandma!
— DJ Turner II (@djturner_2019) April 17, 2018
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