With the spring semester officially set to begin on Tuesday, January 19, the early enrollees in Penn State's 2021 signing class have made their way to campus to begin their collegiate careers. As always, the football social media team provided the fans with an inside look as the incoming freshmen got settled in.
We get to see the guys trekking their things up to their rooms via carts, receiving their lanyards, checking out the views, and of course, playing video games.
While the 2021 recruiting class is yet to be finalized, which will happen in February on National Signing Day, the several early enrollees who signed their letters of intent in December will get to start training with the team as soon as workouts begin (assuming said workouts are still taking place).
Of the 15 players who signed their letters of intent, nine of them will begin their classes this month. Those players are offensive lineman Landon Tengwall, wide receiver Lonnie White Jr., cornerback Kalen King, linebacker Kobe King, safety Zakee Wheatley, quarterback Christian Veilleux, defensive end Rodney McGraw, cornerback Jeffrey Davis Jr., wide receiver Harrison Wallace, and offensive guard Nate Bruce.
For all of our coverage of the 2021 recruiting class, check out the 2021 Signing Day landing page on Roar Lions Roar, which we'll continue to add to as the second Signing Day approaches.