Sterling Jenkins is seen by many as Penn State's left tackle of the future. Since committing to join the Nittany Lions over Ohio State, Pitt and many others, Jenkins has been working hard to make good on the potential that everyone saw in him as a recruit. Though he's still a work in progress, reports are that he has improved by leaps and bounds since arriving in Happy Valley.
Hopefully working with new offensive line coach, Matt Limegrover, will help speed up Jenkins' development to the point that he will be fighting for playing time towards the end of 2016, and ready to seize a starting spot in 2017.
76 days, people.