Monthly Archives: July 2009

Is Royer next?

The Nittany Lions expect to land the 15th member of their 2010 recruiting today at noon when Manheim Central High’s Dakota Royer announces his college choice. The defensive end/linebacker hybrid is highly-regarded by national recruiting experts and has a big … Continue reading

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A big week in store

The Nittany Lions seem ready to enjoy another big recruiting week. The Lions are favored to get verbal commitments from two more top-line prospects, starting on Monday with New Jersey tight end Kevin Haplea. Later in the week Manheim Central … Continue reading

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He’s back …

After a shot at an NFL career didn’t pan out, former Penn State quarterback Anthony Morelli has gotten into coaching. The former Penn Hills High star hs reportedly accepted the quarterbacks’ coaching position at Plum High around Pittsburgh, according to … Continue reading

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He’s got his freedom

An old friend of mine is creating a bit of a stir. And it’s most interesting here because it involves Penn State football. Dave Curtis, a former newspaper colleague of mine in town, now writes for The Sporting News and … Continue reading

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Keep the recruits coming

Certainly, there’s a method in the way high school football stars are verbally committing to Penn State this summer. We’re talking about the game within the recruiting game. Follow it this way: The Nittany Lions, from what we can tell, … Continue reading

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One Little Lion joins another

It was just a matter of time, most figured, before wide receiver Alex Kenney pulled the trigger for the hometown Nittany Lions. He finally did on Tuesday, becoming verbal commitment No. 13. The thing is, he had over 20 major … Continue reading

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Give it up for Jack Crawford

The Nittany Lions and new defensive end Jack Crawford have gotten some love from ESPN The Magazine. Specifically, it comes from college football writer Bruce Feldman, who has unveiled his “top-10 list of players I’m most curious to see in … Continue reading

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Bolden to Elite 11 camp

Two future Penn State quarterbacks were invited to the prestigious Elite 11 camp in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., though only one can attend. Michigan’s Robert Bolden, who gave a verbal commitment to the Nittany Lions last Friday, will make the … Continue reading

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Another big weekend

The next, and maybe last, great Penn State recruiting weekend is almost upon us. Thousands will descend on State College for the Arts Festival, which means that dozens will walk over to see Lift for Life, the football team’s workout … Continue reading

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Quarterback countdown

It seems as if the Nittany Lions are in perfect position to grab their second top national quarterback recruit for the class of 2010. Michigan’s Robert Bolden, considered among the top 10 nationally at his position, said he will make … Continue reading

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