VISITORS TO CAMPUS
While it was not the normal recruiting weekend you would see with Ohio State in town, there were still players who made it to State College this past weekend. This included 2021 commit Landon Tengwall, and 2022 commits Drew Shelton, Kaden Saunders and Ken Talley.
I’m here in happy valley— KEN “ “ TALLEY (@KenTalley22) October 31, 2020
me too brother https://t.co/gqNg5IwASK— ² (@KSaunders03) October 31, 2020
October 31, 2020
Future @PennStateFball Nittany Lions taking in the game at BRGR. #weare @KSaunders03 @landon_tengwall @drewshelt7 @KenTalley22 @lukeMonty8 pic.twitter.com/Qkj0A0wCQ9— Anthony Saunders (@aksaunders72) October 31, 2020
Even though they could not visit the stadium or be around the coaching staff, it is always a positive when the future teammates can spend time together. This helps form bonds comradery.
Joining these commits on campus this past weekend was 2023 lineman Luke Montgomery
Great Day at Happy Valley! #weare ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/fk1NCyiEwB— Luke Montgomery (@lukeMonty8) October 31, 2020
Montgomery, a native of Findlay, Ohio, already holds a Penn State offer. This was his first trip to campus. Getting involved in Montgomery’s recruitment early on could put Penn State among his top schools the whole way through his recruitment.
2022 FIVE-STAR’S TOP 15
On Friday, 2022 safety Keon Sabb released his top 15 and the Nittany Lions made the cut.
Top 15 @Hayesfawcett3 pic.twitter.com/MpeG3GshDQ— Keon Sabb (@keon_sabb) October 30, 2020
The five-star New Jersey native has visited Penn State in the past, and this is a recruitment the Nittany Lions appear to be squarely in the thick of. While a top 15 does not really narrow things down, Penn State does appear to be in the top 5 or so of this group. It will be vital for the Nittany Lions to get him back on campus whenever the dead period ends.