"I liked it a lot," Chisholm said. "I enjoyed myself and I really like the program."
He continued, "The things I liked about PSU were how the football program ran — everyone on the team bonded like a family. Kind of how my high school team does."
Chisholm made the drive from Stratford, Conn., to State College with his friend and fellow prospect, Nick Salza.
"Even though we got rained on, I liked the Blue-White Game," Chisholm said. "It was good, but we left early because it was a long drive back to Connecticut."
The weather was no deterrent for PSU to form a lasting impression.
"Penn State is probably number one or two in my favorites," Chisholm said.
The Lions have yet to offer Chisholm, but he has been in contact with assistant Mike McQueary and is keeping his options open.
"I'm also interested in Maine University and I have been talking to one of the recruiting coaches there," Chisholm said. "I'm going to their camp, as well as Stonybrook and Lehigh."
Chisholm will return to PSU for its senior June 24 and 25.