Last Friday, one of Penn State's top offensive targets on the board released his list of top-15 schools. Four-star athlete TreVeyon Henderson included Penn State along with Ohio State, Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma, LSU, and a slew of other schools.
The most interesting part is that Henderson included what each school is recruiting him as, position-wise. Just about every school is pushing for him as a running back except for Clemson, the school with 100% of his 247 Crystal Balls. It feels like if the presumed favorite were the only school offering him to play a certain position, it'd be done deal by now. It might be safe to wonder if he prefers to play running back, in which case the door is still very much open for the other 14 schools.
Mother Nature tried to ruin what was shaping up to be an outstanding group of recruits, but Penn State still managed a good showing. They got to witness the Penn State basketball team take down a ranked Ohio State as well as spend time together, building possible bonds as future teammates. Let's take a look back at some of the recruits that braved the storm and made it to campus.
- 2022 five-star linebacker Shawn Murphy (Manassas, VA)
- 2021 four-star offensive tackle Rayshaun Benny (Oak Park, MI)
- 2021 four-star defensive end Naquan Brown (Virginia Beach, VA)
- 2021 four-star defensive tackle Tyleik Williams (Manassas, VA)
- 2021 four-star defensive end Kelvin Gilliam (Highland Springs, VA)
- 2021 four-star safety Jaylen Reed (Detroit, MI)
- 2021 three-star defensive end Andre Porter (Washington, D.C.)
- 2021 three-star offensive tackle Colston Powers (Daleville, VA)
- 2021 three-star safety Jaylin Mines (Oak Park, MI)
- 2021 three-star cornerback Kalen King (Detroit, MI)