Penn State Blue-White game balls: Tommy Stevens shows off his all-around game, Shareef Miller gets after the QB, more
Exhibition games don’t usually count for much but Penn State fans love the Blue-White experience every spring, so here were my standouts from Saturday afternoon’s skirmish at Beaver Stadium
QB Tommy Stevens (17 of 24, 216 yards, three TDs.). Great to get an extended look at Trace McSorley’s backup. Yes, he wasn’t facing the Michigan secondary but it was interesting to see the redshirt sophomore cut it loose. Nice touch on that deep ball to DeAndre Tompkins, Tommy.
DE Shareef Miller (two sacks, additional TFL). Shareef looked like the guy who tore up Kent State in the 2016 season opener with a couple of stacks. The Lions are looking for some players to step up at the end spots. You can start right here.
PK Tyler Davis (2-for-2 on FGs). Davis, a first-team All-Big Ten pick last season, almost wins by default. There wasn’t any live contact in the kicking game and Davis made both of his field-goal attempts (43, 24) and showed a strong leg on kickoffs.
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