TWINSBURG, Ohio – Nights like Friday are happening more and more for ESPN Junior 300 running back/linebacker Jerome Baker Jr. (Cleveland/Benedictine), but even he took pause after a 52-35 playoff victory over Chagrin Falls (Ohio).
One question has been making the rounds in Columbus, Ohio, and State College, Pa., this week, and it has gathered steam since Penn State’s improbable 43-40 quadruple overtime win over Michigan.
Who’s the next Johnny Manziel? For that matter, who has an opportunity to start for a Big Ten team? Is there a Heisman Trophy candidate in the mix in this year’s Big Ten recruiting class?
It’s time to dip into the Big Ten recruiting mailbag and answer some of your questions. We’ll try to give everyone a chance to get their questions answered.
Big Ten fodder is never hard to find, especially in recruiting. Here’s a look at a few programs that highlighted a busy week in this week in Big Ten recruiting:Another Wangler on campusWhen 2014 linebacker Jared Wangler (Warren, Mich.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The New Level Athletics 7-on-7 Midwest Regional attracted 21 teams from Delaware, Indiana, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Canada.
Penn State coach Bill O’Brien just signed the country’s No. 1 quarterback in the 2013 class, and now he is going after a 2014 quarterback on the Watch List.
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Tyler Boyd contends there is no No. 1 on his list. If there was, the Clairton (Pa.) athlete would be committing in three weeks.That likely will not be the case anymore for the ESPN 300 recruit and record-setting playmaker.
Linebacker Zach Bradshaw woke up every morning for two weeks and weighed Penn State's sanctions.The 2013 recruit out of Damascus, Md., spoke with his father, reflected on his commitment and wondered just how competitive his Nittany Lions would remain -- before finishing breakfast on a Tuesday morning and calling Bill O'Brien to decommit.
Saturday was hardly a banner day for the Big Ten.But the conference could be raising some banners in the near future with the strong recruiting classes many of the league’s programs are putting together.
Through a tumultuous run of transfers, decommitments and NCAA sanctions, ESPN 150 four-star tight end Adam Breneman (Camp Hill, Pa./Cedar Cliff) has remained a constant for the Nittany Lions.
Six Penn State commitments trekked to State College this past Saturday, and the Nittany Lions and first-year coach Bill O’Brien are hitting 1.000 with visitors so far.
Christian Hackenberg doesn’t care what people think.“I could really care less, to be honest,” said Hackenberg, the nation’s No.
Penn State quarterback recruit Christian Hackenberg (Fork Union, Va./Fork Union Military Academy) plans to visit the State College, Pa., campus on a fact-finding mission before he makes a decision on his future with the school, his high school coach said Wednesday.