Top 2020 recruit ‘likes Penn State a lot’; PSU signee Nana Asiedu has NFL tools, and more
Penn State Blue-White 2018: Offense preview
Today’s Penn State football news headlines feature another top recruit set to visit for the Blue-White game and an updated look at Nana Asiedu with his June arrival right around the corner.
Bryan Bresee, a five-star defensive lineman from Damascus (Md.) and the No. 1 player in the 2020 class, will make the return trip to Happy Valley. Blue-White weekend will feature a ton of high-profile recruits, perhaps none more so than Bresee, who is listed at 6-5 and 290 pounds and still hasn’t completed his sophomore year of high school.
Bresee told Land of 10’s Tyler Donohue he likes Penn State “a lot.”
“I’m going on a bunch of visits this summer but haven’t really decided [where] yet,” he said. “We’ll go see a bunch of schools and start narrowing it down,” Bresee told Land of 10.
Speaking of imposing physiques, Asiedu has ascended to 6-7 and 290 pounds as he makes final preparations for his Penn State arrival. The four-star tackle has bulked up and he might not be closed to finished, North Stafford (Va.) coach Joe Mangano told Donohue.
“When Penn State gets ahold of him, with the training staff they have, they’re going to make him a monster,” Mangano told Land of 10. “He’s going to be a 320-, 330-pound behemoth. If Nana does what he needs to do, he’ll be playing on Sundays.”
In other Penn State football news, this could be the year of the offensive line. Saquon Barkley to the New York Giants feels “inevitable,” and Shareef Miller eyes a lofty sack total.
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Those headlines and more highlight today’s Penn State football news roundup:
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