Among the prospects expected to attend this weekend's event are:
Chris Colasanti (linebacker, Bloomfield, Mi.)
Dom DeCicco (cornerback, Clariton, Pa.)
Jon Ditto (receiver, Monroeville, Pa.)
Gino Gradkowski (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Michael Hay (offensive lineman, Flushing, N.Y.)
Henry Hynoski (fullback, Catawissa, Pa.)
Duval Kamara (receiver, Hoboken, N.J.)
Josh Marks (offensive tackle, Catawissa, Pa.)
Dan Matha (offensive lineman, Erie Pa.)
Derek Moye (receiver, Rochester, Pa.)
Daryl Robinson (cornerback, Philadelphia, Pa.)
Nathan Stupar (defensive end/linebacker, State College, Pa.)
Nick Sukay (receiver/safety, Greensburg, Pa.)
Tony Tucker (defensive end/linebacker, Washington, D.C.)
Stefen Wisniewski (offensive lineman/defensive lineman, Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Like most Junior Day events, the prospects will have the opportunity to tour the facilities (stadium, locker rooms, weight rooms, practice facilities, etc.). However, they will also get to observe some elements of spring practice.
With Saturday being the kickoff, they likely will see light drills without full pads. But it will give them a firsthand taste of what to expect if they decide to pledge to the Blue and White.
Given the nature of Junior Days, this list is neither comprehensive nor official. As we learn of changes, we will provide updates.
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