White out reactions
The Penn State White Out is always a spectacle in the recruiting world. When the game is capped with a win over a strong SEC opponent, the impact can be resounding. The prospects that were on campus will certainly remember this game for the length of their recruitments, and a number of them will likely end up as Nittany Lions down the road.
Arguably the most important recruit on campus was Maryland linebacker Jaishawn Barham. The highly-touted St. Frances product is quiet in regards to his recruitment, but he is possibly the single most important recruit left on Penn State's board.
QB Drew Allar, RB Nick Singleton and surely reliable Beaver Stadium parking lot wifi pic.twitter.com/xZDGBs7vbK— Audrey Snyder (@audsnyder4) September 18, 2021
Speechless.. pic.twitter.com/S9OjU7HyZN— H1M (@MehkiFlowers) September 20, 2021
The only thing I can say is that if you are a sports fan of any kind, find a way to get to a White Out game in Happy Valley at some point in your lifetime! Truly remarkable!@RyanMonty2025 #WeAre pic.twitter.com/kaw2XXyJ72— Mike Montgomery (@montymont6) September 19, 2021
- Four-star quarterback Drew Allar - 21-31, 422 yards, 4 TD's; 6 carries, 29 yards, 3 TD's
- Four-star running back Nicholas Singleton - 18 carries, 155 yards, 3 TD's
- Four-star wide receiver/safety Mehki Flowers - 5 catches, 150 yards, 3 TD's
- Four-star wider receiver Anthony Ivey - 13 catches, 175 yards, 2 TD's