Penn State Nittany Lions: Felix Manus-Schell

Felix Manus-Schell may not have earned an invite to Penn State's upcoming junior day -- but he's feeling pretty satisfied after a recent email from defensive coordinator John Butler.

5 Questions: 2014 CB Felix Manus-Schell 

December, 28, 2012
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Every week, NittanyNation will pose five questions to a recruit, player, alum or coach about all things Penn State.

This week's subject is Felix Manus-Schell, a 2014 cornerback out of Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep who counts Penn State as his top school. Manus-Schell shut down three-star wideout Brian Lemelle in the semifinals and grabbed the game-sealing interception in the state title game.

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PSU recruits guide in PIAA: Class AAA 

December, 16, 2012
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HERSHEY, Pa. -- NittanyNation was at the state title games over the weekend, checking in on PSU targets and seeing how they fared.

Here's a look at recruits who played on Friday in the Class AAA championship, their performances and what they showed Penn State:
Class AAA championship: Cathedral Prep 24, Archbishop Wood 14

CB Felix Manus-Schell

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PIAA guide to Penn State recruits 

December, 13, 2012
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Tyler BoydAP Photo/Phelan M. EbenhackTyler Boyd and Clairton will play Dunsmore for a PIAA title.

With the Pennsylvania state football championships Friday and Saturday, NittanyNation decided to compile a list of competing Penn State targets and what other recruits to watch out for.

With just eight teams left, there's little time left to scout or performances left to watch. So here are the teams and players to keep an eye on in Hershey, Pa.:

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Watch: 2014 CB talks early favorites

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