Royer shows nonstop motor
Future Penn State defensive end Dakota Royer (Manheim, Pa./Central) may not be the first prospect who stands out on the hoof, but it doesn't take long to see that the 6-2, 220-pounder can play the game. Royer impressed for a second straight day with his motor and relentless attitude.
"Everything has been going really good. I've just been trying to use my quickness off the edge. When they jump out too hard, I try to work back and hit them with a spin or an in move. I've just been working hard to set the tackles up to use my speed to my advantage," Royer said.
Royer is part of a fifth-ranked 2010 Nittany Lions class whose closeness is of special quality to Royer.
"We have a great class. We are real tight known each other for about a year and a half going through the visit process and everything. We are always texting and talking," he said. "A lot of us are moving up there in a few days. We just have a great class and are all good friends already." link to article
Former Penn State commit Dominique Easley (Staten Island, N.Y./Curtis) continues to be the most dominant defensive lineman. He's consistently beating blockers off the ball with his great get-off and ability to anticipate the snap. link