Penn State's coaches really racked up the miles this past week. These trips involve the 2020 class, hoping to further lock down all the current commitments, although it doesn't feel like any recruits are heavily wavering.
It was a pleasure having Running Backs Coach, JaJuan Seider from Penn State University, stop in to watch his future commit, Keyvone Lee train here at USG. @KeyvoneL #usgathlete #eliteathlete #pennstate #pennstatefootball #runningbacks #usg #abovetherest #cometrainwiththebest pic.twitter.com/tIC2tnt2xZ— USG (@USG727) December 10, 2019
This weekend, several of the 2020 commits will be using up their official visits to Penn State. This is a tremendous opportunity for the recruits to further establish their bond as they close in on their time in Happy Valley.
Official visit this weekend pic.twitter.com/9CvrryvaVC— Nick Dawkins (@TheNickDawkins) December 9, 2019
Heading home this weekend! pic.twitter.com/eMVYaH4bkm— Devin Willock (@DevinWillock) December 9, 2019
Another big-time recruit confirmed his presence at Penn State this past weekend. 2021 four-star offensive tackle Tristan Leigh helped round out what was a spectacular group of offensive linemen along with Landon Tengwall, Wyatt Milum, and Nate Bruce.
Penn State is in a tremendous spot to put together the best offensive line class in the school's history, with the four-star Leigh, five-star Nolan Rucci, and five-star Tengwall all leaning towards the Lions, with Milum potentially not too far behind them.