With national signing day in the books, RecruitingNation is looking at the top position classes. For the full series, click here. Nationally (and SEC) While the Baylor Bears had an exceptional wide receiver class, the nod here goes to LSU.
about 231 days ago | Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- The fax machine in Happy Valley has finally stopped whirring, and the list of signees now appears finalized. So here's a closer look at the offensive players from Penn State's Class of 2014.
about 238 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- James Franklin hasn't even spent one night in Happy Valley, but Penn State's new head coach has already thrown down the recruiting gauntlet against Pittsburgh and other teams in the northeast.
about 263 days ago | Josh Moyer | NCF On The Trail
Here are the top performances by Big Ten commits and targets from the weekend. Illinois Mike Dudek: The Illinois commit and Neuqua Valley (Naperville, Ill.) receiver had three receptions, 98 yards and one touchdown in a 39-13 win over West Chicago.
about 345 days ago | Tom VanHaaren and Brad Bournival | NCF On The Trail
Bill O'Brien isn't missing a chance to put Penn State on center stage this week as the Nittany Lions prepare to play host to undefeated Michigan. With an eye to the future, the reigning Big Ten Coach of the Year has more than a busload full of visitors coming to check in on his program.
about 355 days ago | Brad Bournival | NCF On The Trail
As part of an ongoing series, NittanyNation will preview a different position leading up to the season opener against Syracuse on Aug. 31. Up today: Wide receivers. Projected starters: Allen Robinson (2012 stats: 1,013 yards, 77 catches, 11 touchdowns) and Brandon Moseby-Felder (437 yards, 31 catches, one touchdown) Key losses: None Next in line: Redshirt freshman Eugene Lewis was close to playing last year but, as a former high school quarterback, he needed an extra year to learn the receiver position.
about 404 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions