Weekend Rewind: Penn State 

December, 10, 2012
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- What sanctions?

On a weekend designated for official visits, four recruits committed to Penn State -- including at least three defensive players -- and helped solidify a class stocked with quality offensive talent. The Nittany Lions' Class of 2013 now stands at 17 recruits.

Cornerback Anthony Smith earned an offer Saturday and committed Sunday, linebackers Jonathan Walton and Zayd Issah pledged to the Blue and White, and wideout DaeSean Hamilton also told the staff he wanted to become a Nittany Lion. Those verbals filled definite needs for PSU, the most glaring of which was cornerback.
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