PSU Moves Into Top Ten

With 10 future Nittany Lions rated as four-star prospects by Scout, Penn State has again entered Scout's top ten recruiting class rankings for the Class of 2007. See how the Nittany Lions stack up nationally as the recruiting efforts for this year's class enter the home stretch.

Coming off another New Year's Day bowl victory, Penn State's Class of 2007 today re-entered Scout's top ten recruiting class rankings by average star per prospect.

Currently, in these rankings, Penn State is ranked No. 10, just two spots behind Ohio State and three behind Michigan, which are ranked eight and seven, respectively.

The most recent top ten average star rankings from Scout are:

1. USC
2. Florida
4. Texas
5. Notre Dame
6. Miami
7. Michigan
8. Ohio State
9. LSU
10. Penn State

Penn State's class includes 10 Scout four-star prospects, including Chris Colasanti, Andrew Dailey, Jon Ditto, Josh Marks, Chaz Powell, Nathan Stupar, Nick Sukay, Andrew Szczerba, J.B. Walton and Stefen Wisniewski.

Three of those four-star prosepcts - Stefen Wisniewski, Andrew Dailey and Chaz Powell - will be playing in national all-star games this week.

With the February 7 Letter of Intent Day quickly approaching, Penn State is working to close out their remaining scholarships. Below are some resources to track Penn State's current class, outstanding offers and scholarship avaliability.

  • Penn State's Class of 2007 Prospects
  • Penn State's Class of 2007 Offer Board
  • Penn State Scholarship Table
  • Scout Class of 2007 Team Rankings

    Although Scout defaults to the "total points" approach as the default method of ranking classes, see why we feel the "average star" approach is a more reasonable method: FOS Blog: Dancing With the Stars


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