Siciliano Visiting PSU

Blue White weekend brings prospects, commits, and fans from around the country to Penn State -- including 2014 quarterback Anthony Siciliano of Bishop Moore High in Ovideo, Fl.

Even though 2014 quarterback Anthony Siciliano of Bishop Moore High in Ovideo, Fl., is still very early in the recruiting process – he is paying a visit to Penn State.

"I have not been up to Penn State yet," Siciliano said. "The spring game will be my first visit ever to Penn State."

And it's safe to say the sophomore signal-caller is excited for his weekend visit.

"The atmosphere is something I'm looking forward to," Siciliano said.

A visit that has been in the works for the Oviedo, Fl., prospect for some time.

"Penn State invited me to come up and I was really intrigued by them," Siciliano said. "They have great history and great academics."

He added, "And it just feels good to see a school like Penn State take the time out of their day to get a feel for you and take interest in you."

The Lions coaching staff is one of the reasons why Siciliano is looking forward to his visit to State College.

"I like their new coaching staff a lot," Siciliano said. "The whole coaching staff has a great knowledge of the game."

He continued, "Head Coach Bill O'Brien seems like an awesome coach and I like the style of offense he has brought in as well."

And as for Siciliano's interest in Penn State?

"I have a had a good amount of contact with the coaching staff," Siciliano said. "I am always keeping them up to date, and they are doing the exact same thing to me."


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