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Sunday, February 24, 2013
Week in review: NittanyNation
By Josh Moyer
NittanyNation takes a look at this week’s Penn State football news and what you might have missed:
Former Georgia State
coach Bill Curry said in a Q&A
that PSU's new safeties coach, Anthony Midget, is a great recruiter who's destined to be a great coach.
picked up its second commitment
of the class in
, an athlete from Fairfax, Va., during junior day.
Four players also picked up scholarships
PSU might have cracked the
top five of ESPN Watch List prospect Jabrill Peppers
. His Paramus (N.J.) Catholic teammates, OT
also enjoyed their visit
Besides those three, four other Paramus Catholic players plan to visit PSU in the near future. Here's a
brief overview of all seven
We talked about
2014 prospects and position battles
in our bi-weekly chat.
DT Antoine White talked about his interest in PSU
before his junior day visit and marveled at PSU's weight room in "5 Questions."
Our "Meet the run-ons" series continued with OG
Shai McKenzie has brought some pride back
to the blue-collar town of Washington, Pa., and given the locals something to brag about.
Video: Jared Shanker spoke with
OT Mike Grimm about his recruitment
and his future visits.
Tanner Hartman's coach said he was a bit of a late-bloomer and
came on strong in the second half
of his senior season.
Linebackers coach Ron Vanderlinden is keeping
close tabs on 2014 LB Tyler Burke
, who said he's lost count how many times the coach has visited.