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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.
PSU might have cracked the top five of ESPN Watch List prospect Jabrill Peppers. His Paramus (N.J.) Catholic teammates, OT Juwann Bushell-Beatty and QB Steve Shanley, 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.
2014 DT Antoine White talked about his interest in PSU before his junior day visit and marveled at PSU's weight room in "5 Questions."
RB 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.