Penn State landed in the top-six for Washington, D.C. offensive tackle Anton Harrison. They are joined by Maryland, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Michigan, and Ole Miss. He's a monster at 6'5", 329 pounds. Penn State has wanted to start recruiting more tackles that could swing inside as opposed to guards that could swing outside, and Harrison would be a step in that direction.
Top 6 *Recruitment still open* pic.twitter.com/wVThx1Kk9x— SOS (@Ayee_Tonn) March 4, 2019
Wingo Wins MVP Honors
Penn State linebacker commit Derek Wingo showed why he's blowing up in the recruiting rankings. Wingo won MVP among the linebackers at Rivals' Miami regional camp and earned an invite to their Five-Star Challenge camp this summer. He'll be one the Penn State staff will fight to keep on board to the end.
The Nittany Lions ventured down to Georgia to offer three-star defensive end, Jasheen Davis. The 2020 prospect has gotten a surprising amount of love from northern schools in the early part of his recruitment, snagging offers from Minnesota and Pitt earlier this month.
2021 defensive end Korey Foreman picked up a Penn State offer earlier in the week. The California native has good size for a high school sophomore, checking in at 6'4, 245.
Penn State returned to PJ Mustipher and D'Von Ellies' alma mater, Maryland's McDonogh School, to offer 2022 defensive tackle Kwan Williams. Williams is still a long ways away from making a college decision but that staff is looking to establish itself early at a program they have had quite a bit of success along the defensive line.
Also in Maryland, the Nittany Lions extended an offer 2021 cornerback Clinton Burton Jr. The Baltimore native is starting to appear on every school's radar, scoring offers from Michigan and Alabama earlier this year.
Penn State went into Georgia to offer big-time 2020 offensive tackle Tate Ratledge. Georgia has taken a few prospects out of PA, so why not return the favor?
Penn State offered 2020 running back Braydon Bennet (Greenville, SC).