For the Future (3.27.20): Lions Make Ferguson's Top 10, New Offers, and More!

By Matthew Filipovits on March 27, 2020 at 8:30 am
Penn State target Denver Harris

Ferguson's Top 10

Four-star 2021 tight end Terrance Ferguson has put the Nittany Lions in his top 10, making them one of three Big Ten teams to make the cut.

A Colorado native, Ferguson is the latest in what's quickly becoming a long list of tight ends from outside of Penn State's traditional recruiting grounds to be high on the Lions. Though he lines up out wide in high school, he has the frame to add some more weight and make the transition to tight end with ease

Tengwall commits to psu

In case you missed it, four-star 2021 offensive lineman Landon Tengwall committed to the Nittany Lions on Thursday. Things should start heating up for Penn State's next class, so here's hoping Tengwall is just the beginning of a busy few weeks on the recruiting trail.

New Offers

The Nittany Lions have offered one of the top players in the 2022 class, cornerback Keenan Nelson Jr. from Saint Joseph's Prep. 247Sports has the Philadelphia native as the No. 60 prospect in his class and the second-ranked recruit in Pennsylvania. Penn State desperately needs to establish a pipeline with Saint Joe's Prep, as three of the state's top five 2021 prospects attend there, with two committed to Ohio State and one to Clemson.

Virginia offensive lineman Joshua Miller became one of the first 2023 prospects to earn a Penn State offer. Already checking in at 6'5/315, Miller will be high on the staff's priority list for a long time. He currently attends the same high school as early enrollee Joseph Johnson.

2021 defensive end George Wilson picked up a Nittany Lion offer, making them the eighth Power Five school to extend an offer since the start of the new year. A three-star prospect, Wilson's recruitment seems to primed to explode even more as summer camps begin starting up (if they startup).

One of the top corners in the class of 2022, Denver Harris, secured his Penn State offer this week. A four-star prospect and No. 26 player nationally according to 247Sports, Harris would be a huge pickup as the staff looks to increase their footprint in Texas.

The Nittany Lions have offered a new 2021 quarterback, California native Miller Moss. The fifth-ranked pro-style quarterback and No. 50 overall player in his class, Miller has everything you would want out of a signal-caller. Still, it's hard to see him leaving the West Coast.