For the Future (11.13.21): Michigan Game Visitor List, Zane Durant Sets New Career Sack Record, New Highlight Tape

By Nick Polak on November 13, 2021 at 9:24 am
Quarterback Jadyn Davis, the top-ranked player in the 2024 recruiting class, will be in Happy Valley this weekend to watch Penn State attempt to knock off No. 6 Michigan.
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Michigan Visitor List

When the Wolverines come to town on Saturday for the not-quite-but-almost-a-whiteout, there will be an impressive group of visitors on the sidelines and in the stands as far as Penn State's recruiting efforts are concerned. The fact that the game is at noon will surely keep the list from growing even larger thanks to a much smaller window for travel, but it will be a nice list nonetheless.



You can also check out the lists from our friends over at On3 and Lions247 to see who else will be in town this weekend.

Durant Continues Record-Setting Pace

2022 defensive line commit Zane Durant already made waves this season by setting his high school's new single-season sack record, but now he's taken things one step further.

With his massive senior season for Lake Nona, Durant is now not only the single-season sack and tackle-for-loss record holder, but now is the career leader in both categories, as well (24.5 and 57, respectively).

The blue-chip Florida prospect is a key piece of a 2022 recruiting class for Penn State who is looking to rebuild its depth along the defensive line. The Lions are not as deep along the defensive front as they've been in years past. This gives Durant, along with Dani Dennis-Sutton, Ken Talley (if he stays on the defensive line), and Kaleb Artis a great chance to contribute very early in their careers in Happy Valley.

If Durant is continue performing at as high of a level as he is this season, he will absolutely be a name to watch as far as the freshmen are concerned in 2022.

New Highlight Tape

With the high school seasons coming to a close all around the country, new highlight reels are about to start pouring in by the bucket-load. Here are just a few, from 2022 receiver commit Kaden Saunders and 2023 offensive guard commit Alex Birchmeier.