Penn State Hits Recruiting Trifecta

As Penn State mourns its fallen legendary former leader Joe Paterno, the football program as he would have wanted continues to move forward. The Nittany Lions picked up three verbal commitments today.

As Penn State University mourns the loss of iconic football coach Joe Paterno. The man who was more than just a coach to so many. Bill O'Brien and his staff are trying to move forward as a new era in Nittany Lion football begins.

This new era will honor the many traditions that Paterno helped create. Paterno passed this morning on a weekend that was critical for recruiting and the stability of the program and as Paterno would have wanted it, the program is going forward.

O'Brien and his staff welcomed three verbal commitments to the program today Camas (Wash.) wide receiver Jonathan Warner, Baltimore (Md.) Calvert Hall wide receiver/safety Trevor Williams and Baltimore (Md.) Calvert Hall cornerback Da'Quan Davis to the program.

Scout.com has been able to confirm the new commitments with several sources including text messages from the new Nittany Lions. As soon as the recruits leave campus we will have more from them.

Davis is ranked as the No. 50 cornerback prospect in the nation. Williams is listed as the No. 86 ranked safety prospect. Warner is the son of legendary Nittany Lion Curt Warner.

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