Penn State will host nation’s No. 1 recruit; younger Lions have speed, swagger, and more
Penn State football practice, April 16, 2018
Gallery: Penn State football practice, April 16, 2018
Today’s Penn State football news headlines feature a big-time visitor for Blue-White weekend and a look at what the Lions are doing in the midst of a youth movement.
Sean Fitz of Lions247 has more on Zach Harrison, a five-star defensive end from Olentangy Orange (Ohio) High School and the No. 1 player in the country, according to 247Sports. Harrison will be an official visitor and the headliner on a high-profile visitor list for the Blue-White game.
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Fitz has more on Harrison’s 247Sports Crystal Ball and his recruitment from the Lions’ perspective.
Penn State’s new identity is taking shape this spring, and the Lions are younger but with more speed and swagger, writes Andrew Callahan for Lions 247. Offensive tackle Ryan Bates also told Callahan the new-look Lions have “some swagger to us.”
In other Penn State football news, Mike Gesicki is tailor-made for the NFL. What Cam Brown’s work at middle linebacker means for the Lions, and Amani Oruwariye steps into a leadership role.
PennLive’s Bob Flounders, Greg Pickel and Dustin Hockensmith also talk Penn State football on the Keystone Sports Network. Check out audio from their latest podcast below.
Those headlines and more highlight today’s Penn State football news roundup: