Penn State Still in it
Three of the best players in the 2022 class included the Nittany Lions in their list of top schools. Cornerback Will Johnson, offensive tackle Gunner Givens, and defensive end Dani Dennis-Sutton are all within the top-50 overall in their class and all have expressed interest in Penn State, to varying extents.
Top 10... pic.twitter.com/FVnPsiG0Dl— Wl Jhno (@Willj1228) September 16, 2020
Then it was 7 . (Recruitment still open) pic.twitter.com/lNfmCVo4ru— Dani Dennis-Sutton (@DaniDennis302) September 11, 2020
None of the three appear to be close to a decision. With on-campus visits being pushed back even further, it could be awhile before any more steps are taken for these three. All come from strong Penn State areas, but Dennis-Sutton attends from McDonogh School which has sent Curtis Jacobs, D'Von Ellies, and PJ Mustipher to Happy Valley in recent years. His connection to Penn State is likely the strongest.
- 2022 five-star defensive tackle Walter Nolen
Honored and blessed to say that I have received an offer Pennsylvania State University @dzoloty @Coach_WallsSBA @athleticsSBA @penn_state @PennStateFball @TheUCReport @ChadSimmons_ @DemetricDWarren @ESPN3ALLDAY pic.twitter.com/n80jvtG4lt— Walter Nolen9 (@WalterNolen4) September 14, 2020
- 2022 four-star linebacker Daniel Martin
- 2022 four-star wide receiver Antonio Gates Jr. (Yes, that Antonio Gates)
- 2022 four-star wide receiver Cameron Miller
- 2023 linebacker Troy Bowles
KING TWINS IMPRESSIVE IN DEBUT
High school football is off and running throughout most of the nation. A trio of commits, 2021 four-star cornerback Kalen King, twin brother and three-star linebacker Kobe King, and four-star safety Jaylen Reed faced off in Detroit on Saturday. The King twins led Cass Tech to a victory over rival, and Reed's Martin Luther King squad.
A little closer to home, 2022 three-star quarterback Beau Pribula was impressive in his season opener for Central York.
And just like that, the Panthers add another one. 12-0 after failed 2 pt conversion. Two drives, two touchdowns for Pribula and the offense pic.twitter.com/HHi2VSNfTX— Ryan Snyder (@RivalsSnyder) September 18, 2020
Three drives, three scores. Pribula also ran in the 2 pt conversion. 20-0. 10 min left in the 1st half. pic.twitter.com/17VDv5TxyR— Ryan Snyder (@RivalsSnyder) September 18, 2020
This is becoming a blowout pretty quickly. After a turnover, this is the first play pic.twitter.com/QBENJcBLNm— Ryan Snyder (@RivalsSnyder) September 18, 2020
And then this is the 2 pt conversion. 34-0 Central York. pic.twitter.com/vPpWogVg12— Ryan Snyder (@RivalsSnyder) September 18, 2020
No mercy. 41-0. Still 3 minutes left in 1st half. pic.twitter.com/04YQvd1AbY— Ryan Snyder (@RivalsSnyder) September 18, 2020