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Penn State Football Commits in Action: Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers Continue to Shine

The Nittany Lions offense may be struggling right now... but the future of the Penn State offense is a bright one

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Newly minted five-star, no. 1 ranked nationally quarterback Drew Allar continues to shine on the high school gridirons of Ohio. Allar helped lead Medina High School to a 10-0 record with a 49-7 victory over Solon High School. In the victory Allar threw for 254 yards and 4 touchdowns. He also rushed for a touchdown in the victory.

Allar and the Battling Bees are now prepping to make a run at a state championship in the state of Ohio. With Allar being the best high school quarterback in the country the Battling Bees certainly can not be counted out.

After going 9/9 in their previous game, quarterback Beau Pribula followed that up with a 10/11 performance with the Central York Panthers. Pribula threw for 211 and 2 scores in the victory and added 99 rushing yards.

Like Allar and Medina, Pribula and Central York are prepping to make a run at state championship in Pennsylvania. The Panthers have one more regular season game before the playoffs begin where Central York will be looking to avenge last season’s lost in the PIAA 6A State Championship Game.

Improving to 6-3 on the season wide receive Anthony Ivey and the Manheim Township Blue Streaks defeated J.P. McCaskey 62-21. Ivey had just 1 reception in the victory, but this lone reception was a 48-yard touchdown.

For Westerville South High School (OH) Kaden Saunders scored a touchdown in a 29-6 victory. In a 60-15 loss against Temple High School in the state of Texas future Nittany Lion wide receiver Omari Evans was 13/21 for 138 yards and a touchdown as a passer. He also ran for 52 yards and a score.

After missing time earlier in the season due to injury tight end Jerry Cross has returned to the field for King High School in Milwaukee. He has released his highlights from the four games he has now played this season.

Running back Nick Singleton had his game canceled due to COVID related issues.

In a 35-0 victory for Lake Nona (FL), defensive lineman Zane Durant had 5 tackles, a tackle for a loss and 4 quarterback hurries. You can checkout the latest highlights of fellow defensive line commits Ken Talley and Dani Dennis-Sutton below.

At the JUCO level the Lackawanna Falcons defeated Hocking College 31-17. In the victory safety Tyrece Mills recorded 5 tackles and broke up a pass. Offensive lineman JB Nelson helped pave the way for 259 Falcon rushing yards.

2023 cornerback commit Lamont Payne and the Chartiers Valley Colts suffered a 28-21 loss against the New Castle Hurricanes. In the loss Payne had a carry for 5 yards, 4 receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown, and he intercepted a pass on defense.