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Penn State Football Commits in Action: Offensive Commits Continue to Shine

The future of the Nittany Lion offense is bright

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With young players on the roster such as Parker Washington, KeAndre Lambert-Smith, Theo Johnson, Brenton Strange, Tre Wallace, Keyvone Lee and Caziah Holmes the future of the Nittany Lion offense in 2022 and beyond looks good. Factor in their 2022 recruiting class and this future is as bright as the sun.

This past Friday night was another big night for both of Penn State’s quarterback commits. Beau Pribula led the Central York Panthers to a 7-0 record with a 48-17 victory over Spring Cover. Pribula was 18/22 for 294 yards and 4 touchdowns in the victory.

In the state of Ohio Drew Allar and the Medina Battling Bees rolled to 8-0 with a 35-14 victory. Allar, who continued to make his senior season push for a fifth star, was 34/47 for 349 yards and a pair of scores.

Speaking of big senior seasons, running back Nick Singleton’s continued in a 54-21 victory for Governor Mifflin. Improving to 6-0 on the season Singleton rushed for 246 yards and 4 touchdowns. 247Sports ranks Singleton as the top running back in the country and he has shown why this season having already rushed for over 1,200 yards to go with 25 touchdowns.

Wide receiver Anthony Ivey had 5 receptions for 76 yards for the Manheim Township Blue Streaks in a 48-14 victory over Penn Manor. Fellow future Nittany Lion wide receiver Omari Evans continues to do it all for Shoemaker High School in Texas.

Sticking with future Penn State receivers, Tyler Johnson and the Magna Vista (CA) Warriors fell to 2-4 on the season suffering a 45-26 loss against Halifax County. Johnson had 115 yards receiving and scored a pair of touchdowns in the loss.

Suffering a 14-0 loss against Philadelphia power, and future Penn State linebacker Keon Wylie, Imhotep Charter defensive end Ken Talley had a huge game for Northeast High School. Talley recorded 13 tackles, including 3 tackles for a loss, for the Vikings.

After missing time with a elbow injury five-star defensive end Dani Dennis-Sutton is all the way back. The latest member of the McDonogh to Penn State pipeline had a multiple sack and TFL effort in a victory over Loyola Blakefield.

2023 cornerback commit Lamont Payne and Chartiers Valley suffered a tough 48-13 loss against Aliquippa. In the loss Payne caught 5 passes for 42 yards and a touchdown. He also recorded a pair of tackles on defense.

Five-star Virginia offensive lineman Alex Birchmeier and the Broad Run Spartans defeated Heritage 28-0. The blocking of Birchmeier helped pave the way for 262 rushing yards and 518 yards of total offense. You can checkout his highlights from the victory below.

On the JUCO circuit safety Tyrece Mills, offensive lineman JB Nelson and the Lackawanna Falcons suffered a heartbreaking 49-48 overtime loss against Monroe college. Mills was kept off the state sheet while the blocking of Nelson helped the Falcons rush for 190 yards.