Visitors Springing Up for PSU

Which prospects are checking out the Nittany Lions as they continue through spring drills? We give a rundown on some of the athletes scheduled to be on campus this week.

The Penn State football program is holding its annual Coaches Clinic this weekend. But the high school coaches from around the state and region are not the only significant visitors in Happy Valley.

Any number of prospects are slated to be on campus throughout the weekend, too. Some have committed. Some are still making up their minds.

All will have a chance to see PSU as it continues on with spring practice, which began Monday. The Lions are slated to hold their first full scrimmage under new coach Bill O'Brien Saturday.

Below you will find a list of the players we've heard are slated to visit this weekend. We will update with any changes as we learn of them.


Adam Breneman, TE Pa.
Nation’s top tight end committed to Penn State March 9


Ross Douglas, DB Ohio*
Cornerback committed to the Nittany Lions Feb. 29.


Dajaun Drennon, DE N.J.
Defensive end has an impressive offer list (PSU, Bama, FSU, Michigan to name a few)


Christian Hackenberg, QB Va.*
Four-star quarterback committed to PSU Feb. 28.


Damario Jones, WR Mich.
Under-the-radar wideout after transferring. Has visited Michigan and MSU.


Marques Little, ATH N.J. (2014)
Will be a junior in 2012. Already drawing interest from several programs.


Brandon Smith, LB Pa.
From Lewisburg. Named AA All-State by Pa. Sports Writers. Also a standout wrestler.


Jackson Porter, RB Va.
He is also a sprinter on the track team at Mt. Hebron High.


Greg Webb, DT N.J.
UPDATE: Webb pulled out of the visit at the last minute and instead went to check at Maryland. He was at Penn State last week.


Donta Wilkins, OG Va.
Fast-rising lineman is piling up the offers.


David Williams, RB Pa.
Philadelphia running back returning to Penn State. Was on campus for Junior Day.



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