Recruits head to Happy Valley
While the NCAA isn't set to lift the ongoing dead period for another five weeks or so, Penn State opened up their final Spring practice to the "general public". That move opened the door for recruits to attend in person. Recruits still couldn't interact with the coaching staff, but it was a great opportunity to see how to coaches lead their respective positional groups. Not to mention, it was the first chance in months for prospects to get a peek inside of Beaver Stadium. Here's the targets that have been confirmed to have attended the practice.
- Three-star defensive end Micah Wing
- Fou-star running back Nicholas Singleton
- Four-star cornerback Jaeden Gould
- Four-star defensive end Tyreese Fearbry
- Four-star wide receiver Kaleb Brown
- Three-star outside linebacker J.R. Strauss
- Five-star offensive guard Alex Birchmeier
- Four-star safety Ta'Mere Robinson
- Tight end Joey Schlaffer
Pribula's elite 11
One of Penn State's quarterback commits in the 2022 class, York's Beau Pribula, competed at the Elite 11 camp in Philadelphia on Sunday. He put up one of the best performances among everyone at the event, coming in with the third highest score. While he did not immediately earn an invite to the Elite 11 Finals later this summer, that call could come once the other satellite camps take place.