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Iowa 2019 QB Duggan Scores Penn State Offer Off Camp Showing

A host of young quarterbacks attended the Nittany Lions' initial camp of 2017. Duggan was the first of the group to land an offer.

A long list of Class of 2019 quarterbacks was on hand for Penn State's first football camp of 2017. But since none of them were exactly household names, someone was going to have to really turn some heads to land an offer.

Apparently, that is exactly what Iowa QB Max Duggan did while spending late Saturday afternoon working out for Nittany Lion offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead and company. Saturday night, Duggan announced the offer via Twitter.

Duggan is a 6-foot-1, 175-pounder who previously had a solid offer list that included Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas State, Minnesota and North Carolina. But it fair to say Penn State is the most high-profile program to offer so far.

The move by the Nittany Lions is notable in the fact that their only previous known offer to a 2019 QB was to Florida's Raymond Woodie III. But the athletic Woodie is on record as saying he is willing to play other positions in college.

Duggan has yet to be ranked by Scout.

Since Duggan tweeted about the offer late at night, we are going to wait until Sunday to contact him for comments. So please stay tuned.

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