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Some of the best takes around following Penn State’s annual spring game

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Running back Mark Allen was one of the stars of the game, as several wide receivers had their moment in the spotlight in the quest to fill the large shoes of Chris Godwin. But who will ultimately become the downfield threat this fall?

Tight end Jonathan Holland was one of a handful of Nittany Lions to leave a strong impression as someone who is ready make a big contribution in 2017.

Tommy Stevens has been receiving praise for his work throughout spring practice, and his performance in the Blue-White Game certainly did not disappoint. Despite the opportunity to start elsewhere, Stevens seems to be at home in Happy Valley.

Many starters sat out of Saturday’s game...and that’s perfectly OK.

Our friends at VBR give accolades to Penn State’s Blue-White Game MVPs.

Joe Hermitt did a fine job of documenting the many sights of the 2017 Blue-White Game, which is well worth a few minutes of your time.

Connor McGovern seems poised to anchor Penn State’s offensive line for the next several seasons.

Running back Andre Robinson showed that he’s ready to contribute as part of a loaded Penn State backfield.

Despite the cool temperatures and the absence of Saquon Barkley, among other notable standouts, Penn State had the nation’s fourth-highest attended spring game.