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Blessed & Honored: Lasch Bash Twitter Roundup

This is the first time I am seeing this photo, and I want to tattoo it on my back.

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Will be updating this post throughout the weekend as tweets come in.

Most recent update: 7/29, 5:47 p.m. EST


Four-Star QB Taquan Roberson (COMMIT)

Four-Star RB Devyn Ford (COMMIT)

Four-Star RB Noah Cain

Thoughts: Noah wasn’t able to make it to Happy Valley this weekend, but his parents were. Looks like we’ll have a cut down of his list tonight; would fully expect Penn State to make it.

Three-Star WR Emery Simmons (COMMIT)

Thoughts: You can read his commitment article right here.

Three-Star TE Brenton Strange

Thoughts: Camped for the staff today, and now walks away with an offer. He earned offers from Ohio State and Notre Dame earlier this month so his stock is really rising. The Buckeyes actually took another tight end (three-star Cormontae Hamilton) earlier this weekend, which obviously makes life easier for the Nittany Lions here.

Three-Star OT Walter Rouse

Thoughts: No surprise that Rouse talked with Blake Gillikin, a 4.0 Kinesiology student who has plans of becoming a doctor like Rouse.

Four-Star OG Caedan Wallace (COMMIT)

Four-Star OG Saleem Wormley (COMMIT)

Four-Star DE Adisa Isaac

Thoughts: Isaac wasn’t a planned visitor so it’s very good news he made his way back to campus.

Four-Star DT Ben Smiley

Thoughts: I like Smiley a lot, and was surprised that we didn’t hear much about him when Penn State originally offered in May. Big, athletic kid, and plays for a good program in Virginia.

Three-Star DT Jared Harrison-Hunte

2020 & 2021 PROSPECTS

Four-Star WR Jaden Dottin (2020 — Massachusetts)

WR Donte Thornton (2021 — Maryland)

Four-Star OT Aaryn Parks (2020 — Maryland)

FIve-Star DE Bryan Bresee (2020 — Maryland)

Four-Star DE Coziah Izzard (2020 — Maryland)

Four-Star LB Kalel Mullings (2020 — Massachusetts)

Four-Star S Makari Paige (2020 — Michigan)

Four-Star ATH Enzo Jennings (2020 — Michigan)