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Penn State Football Commits in Action: Big Senior Seasons of Allar, Pribula, Singleton & More Continue

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The performance of Penn State commits continue to show why the Nittany Lions currently have a top 2 recruiting class in the country

Indiana v Penn State Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images

Drew Allar and the Medina (OH) Battling Bees remained undefeated with a 70-7 blowout victory over Lorain. James Franklin and Mike Yurcich were in attendance with seemingly Allar’s biggest fan — Bernie Kosar.

You can checkout Allar’s highlights from the victory below. Allar continues to look like a quarterback who is trending toward five-star status as he threw for 311 yards and 5 touchdowns in quick night’s work.

It was also a quick and easy night for fellow signal caller Beau Pribula. In a 53-7 victory for Central York Pribula threw 322 yards and scored 6 touchdowns. Running back Nick Singleton continued to dominate opposing defenses as well as he once again ran for 100+ yards while scoring 3 touchdowns in the process. On the season Singleton has now run for over 1,300 yards to go with 28 touchdowns, giving him 101 career touchdowns.

Defensive lineman Zane Durant continued his dominant senior season in a victory for Lake Nona (FL) this past Friday. In the victory over Freedom High School Druant recorded 7 tackles, 6 quarterback hurries, 4 tackles for a loss and 3 sacks. Durant now has 20 TFLs, 13 sacks and 4 forced fumbles this season. Dani Dennis-Sutton continued to show why he is a five-star talent with yet another multi-TFL game.

In a tough 17-14 loss against Hempfield, Manheim Township star Anthony Ivey was held to just 3 receptions for 3 yards. It was a better night for Kaden Saunders who scored 3 touchdowns in a 65-0 victory for the now 6-2 Westerville South (OH).

Staying with wide receivers, Tyler Johnson helped Magna Vista (VA) improve to 3-4 on the season with a 178 yard and 2 touchdown performance. In Texas, future Nittany Lion wide receiver Omari Evans continued to be Mr. Do-It-All for Shoemaker High School. In a heartbreaking 57-56 overtime loss Evans completed 9/11 passes for 150 yards, he rushed for 239 yards and Evans was responsible for 5 total touchdowns.

Defensive back Jordan Allen and Lafayette Christian Academy (LA) defeated Notre Dame 27-10. You can checkout Allen’s highlights from the game below.

You can also watch the most recent highlights of future Nittany Lion linebackers, and Philadelphia area natives, Keon Wylie and Abdul Carter below.

2023 cornerback commit Lamont Payne and Chartiers Valley suffered a 35-28 overtime loss against Beaver. In the loss Payne had 1 carry for 2 yards, 2 receptions for 67 yards and he recorded 8 tackles on defense.