Rodney Kinlaw is a very good running back prospect from Stratford High School and this past weekend, he took a visit to Penn State.
"It was a pretty good time," said Kinlaw. "I love the school's tradition and academics. Of course, there is Head Coach Joe Paterno. He is a great, down to earth guy.
"Next weekend, I will visit Virginia Tech (1-31). So it's Penn State, Virginia Tech and Clemson (1-10). They are all about even. I hope to decide towards the 31st or so."
Kinlaw rushed for close to 1,800 yards and 30 touchdowns during his senior season at Stratford. Clemson assistant coach Burton Burns is Kinlaw's main recruiter from Tiger Town.
Kinlaw Returns from Happy Valley
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