Penn State wide receiver breakdown: Projecting the starters, a newcomer to know, meet David Corley, and more
BY GREG PICKEL | firstname.lastname@example.org
Penn State wide receivers coach David Corley during spring practice in Holuba Hall on March 28, 2018.Joe Hermitt | email@example.com
Penn State’s wide receiver room looks drastically different from the way it looked just six days before the Blue-White game in 2017.
Josh Gattis, DaeSean Hamilton, and Saeed Blacknall are all gone, as Irvin Charles. David Corley steps in to lead the room led on the player front now by Juwan Johnson and DeAndre Thompkins, along with Brandon Polk and some others.
Trace McSorley will need to find new favorite targets and reliable rotation members ahead of his Heisman Trophy campaign and the Lions’ 2018 season as a whole. Who could step up, a look at the potential starters for the Lions, a newcomer to know, and a look at Corley’s coaching style is below.