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Meyer4Prez "This is wut happens when ur team site analyst are huge homers glad Bill K+Alex G keep it real instead of getting our hopes up."
NFTC preview for Washington DC. Has a decent amount of Penn State targets on there, 2014, 2015 and 2016 prospects. The mentions of Penn State are (other familiar names where Penn State aren't mentioned are also in the article):
Rounding out the group of verbals are...Penn State bound athlete Nick Scott
(Nice to see him attending a camp)
Marcus Allen: The country’s No. 28 safety out of Upper Marlboro (Md.) Wise has a top three of Maryland, Penn State and Pittsburgh, with N.C. State and Rutgers rounding out the top five.
Cameron Phillips: The fours-star receiver out of Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha named a top three of North Carolina, Penn State and Virginia this week. 247Sports ranks him as the nation’s No. 28 receiver overall.
-N.C. State, North Carolina, Penn State and Virginia appear to be in the best position to land Alexandria (Va.) T.C. Williams defensive end Jeremiah Clarke, who checks in as the country’s No. 16 strong-side defensive end overall.
-No offers yet, but Cleveland (Ohio) Benedictine 2015 athlete Jerome Baker is an exciting one to keep an eye on.
-Towson (Md.) Calvert Hall 2016 defensive end Rahshaun Smith is already holding scholarships from Boston College, Connecticut, Maryland, Penn State, Rutgers and Tennessee.
-Richmond (Va.) St. Christopher’s School athlete Garrett Taylor has scholarships from Clemson, Duke, Iowa, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Penn State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
Sundays top DT Andrew Brown.
Why do people not think we can pull Holley? Is it because he has other big offers? Sanctions? I consider us a top 10 program who should be able to compete with anybody for a recruit. LJ has a track record that speaks for itself so I see no reason we can't get Holley. The only way I could see us not getting him is if he considered the sanctions a problem. A DT isn't playing as a freshman so Holley would be affected one year.
Things he's said.
Other programs who have offered.
If we get him I'd be very surprised. We should be in it for a good while though.
Honestly, the big offers and what they mean - a lot of great recruiters who are negatively recruiting us.
He's obviously interested and that's great. But he would be a very tough pull.
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