Severin checked out Penn State this weekend.
Worcester (Mass.) junior athlete Canaan Severin was excited to get down to Penn State for the Nittany Lions' clash with Michigan this weekend, and he was not disappointed at all with the trip.
"It was great, the game was crazy," he said. "I've never seen that many people in a stadium at all. I loved the fans, just how they were. Before the game, we got to go out to where the players get dropped off by the buses. They had us walk out there a little bit and the fans were yelling for us. That was cool."
Severin also got a chance to speak personally with Penn State coaches Bill Kenney and Bill Kavanaugh, who are both recruiting him for the Nittany Lions.
"When I got there Coach Kav ran up to me, I hadn't met him in person yet. We had talked a few times over the phone and he sent me a letter telling me to call him and stuff like that," he said. "Ever since then we've been pretty close. Then we finally met and it was kind of cool. He was really nice. He was saying a lot of positive stuff. They want to get me over there in the winter and the spring and they're going to come down to the school and stuff like that."
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound junior currently holds scholarship offers from Boston College and N.C. State. Next up, Severin will head to the Bronx to watch Notre Dame take on Army at Yankee Stadium on Nov. 20.