Every weekday, as part of an ongoing series, NittanyNation will take a closer look at a Penn State walk-on.Vitals: Wideout Chris Geiss, Malvern (Pa.) Great Valley, 6-foot-3, 190 poundsPicked Penn State over: Heavy interest from FCS schools James Madison, Villanova and William & Mary.
Here's a list -- complete with film and notes -- on Penn State's offensive run-ons.QB Austin Whipple, Salisbury (Conn.) School6-foot-2, 200 pounds (early enrollee)HighlightsHe's an early enrollee whose father is the quarterbacks coach for the Cleveland Browns.
With the Super Bowl just a few hours away, NittanyNation decided to poll some of Penn State's committed run-ons to get their take on the game. We asked for them to give the winner, the score -- and their reasoning.
Two months ago, Penn State had just one committed quarterback -- and that seemed like a pressing issue that might take a while to resolve. With just one QB officially on the roster in Steven Bench, depth was obviously a concern.
Chris Geiss remembers milling around the Nittany Lion Inn back when he was in grade school, standing near his parents' side when a familiar face in Coke-bottled frames strolled past.