1. Sharrif Floyd Defensive Tackle George Washington
Explosive out of three point stance, with superior strength and quickness.
2. Mike Hull Linebacker Canon McMillan
A playmaker on both sides of the ball. Has the frame to add weight and continue the tradition of great linebacker play at Penn State.
3. Cullen Christian Cornerback Penn Hills
Can play the corner of safety positions. Great anticipation and recovery skills.
4. Dakota Royer Linebacker Manheim Central
Great overall athlete, who can also put his hand on the ground and rush the passer.
5. Paul Jones Quarterback Sto-Rox
A leader on and off the field. Has a strong arm, to go with great touch.
6. Miles Dieffenbach Offensive Lineman Fox Chapel
Agile interior lineman, with great flexibility. Finishes blocks extremely well.
7. Aaron Donald Defensive Tackle Penn Hills
Unheralded three gap tackle. Excellent punch and explosive first step.
8. Alex Kenney Athlete State College
Fastest player in the state. Will have an impact on special teams from day one.
9. Corey Brown Running Back Cardinal O'Hara
Good speed, and elusiveness. Also a legit threat in the passing game.
10. Kenny Wilkins Defensive End Trinity
Impressive physical specimen, who's super athletic. Has a nonstop motor.
11. Kyle Baublitz Athlete Central York
Great size and versatility. Now it's just a matter of finding a position.
12. Eric Williams Wide Receiver Pennsbury
Dominated several camps and combines this spring. A physical mismatch at the line of scrimmage.
13. Tyler Smith Quarterback Wilson Area
Extremely accurate to go along with a quick release. More than capable of making plays outside of pocket.
14. Seth Betancourt Offensive Lineman St. Joes Prep
Future offensive tackle has impressive size, is light on feet, and has very long arms.
15. Anthony Gonzales Quarterback Liberty
Dual threat quarterback, but is also a highly skilled athlete. Projects a number of positions.
16. Tom Rickets Offensive Lineman North Allegheny
Strong at the point of attack, seals well, and gets to second level.
17. Brendon Felder Wide Receiver Gateway
Gets in and out routes quickly, and is hard to tackle in open space.
18. Brandon Ifill Athlete Penn Hills
A jack of all trades, but will most likely play receiver in college. Excellent hands.
19. Jordan Paskorz Defensive Line Hampton
Good strength, and size, may grow into a defensive tackle. Great in pursuit, and strong against the run,
20. Andrew Carswell Wide Receiver Sto-Rox
Huge target in the passing game. Gives great effort, and excels at catching the ball at it's highest point. Tight end is not out of the question for him.
21. Chad Hagan Athlete Canon McMillan
Terrific athlete, that needs to put it all together. Has good speed and short range burst. Future may be on defense at the safety position.
22. Jeff Dobbins Linebacker Canevin Catholic
Violent and aggressive, will strike you from anywhere. Back in March at the Badger Sports 7 on 7 tournament at Ohio State, he was outstanding in pass coverage.
23. Dayonne Nunley Cornerback Gateway
Nunley knows he's good, now it's time for college coaches to recognize it. Despite being undersized, he has fantastic cover skills, and breaks on the exceptionally well.
24. Salath Williams Wide Receiver Bishop McDevitt
You can't deny production, and Williams has been producing since his sophomore year. He has good hands and runs precise routes.
25. Manessah Garner Linebacker Brashear
One of the more talented players in Western Pa. He's currently growing into his future role as an outside linebacker, so he's still a raw prospect with tons of potential.