Penn State in spring: What are the offensive questions left to be answered for James Franklin’s team?
Penn State offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead talks with his team during spring practice on the Lasch fields on March 29, 2017. Joe Hermitt | firstname.lastname@example.org
One week from today, you will see the final practice of Penn State’s 2017 spring program. It’s also known as the Blue-White game. Beaver Stadium. 3 p.m.. Be there. The Lions’ coaches and players still have some questions left to answer. Here are the offensive questions I’m still asking with PSU entering its final week of spring practice …
Former Penn State wide receiver Chris Godwin works out for NFL scouts during the team’s annual Pro Day held in Holuba Hall on March 16, 2017. Joe Hermitt | email@example.com
Chris Godwin in 2015: 69 catches, 1,101 yards, 16.0 yards per catch, five touchdowns
Chris Godwin in 2016: 59 catches, 982 yards, 16.6 yards per catch, 11 touchdowns.
Penn State wide receivers Gordon Bentley and Juwan Johnson joke around after practice on the Lasch outdoor fields on Oct. 26, 2016. Penn State takes on Purdue Saturday in West Lafayette, In. Joe Hermitt | firstname.lastname@example.org
If you listen to Penn State’s coaches and players, redshirt sophomore Juwan Johnson is going to be a major player in the Lions’ offense. Big-play man Saeed Blacknall and slot receiver DaeSean Hamilton are experienced players and Blacknall was almost unstoppable in PSU’s Big Ten title game win over Wisconsin.