Stupar's Eventful Weekend

State College, Pa., linebacker Nathan Stupar is no stranger to Penn State and Happy Valley. But this past weekend he was able to take his official visit to his soon-to-be home that is not so far from home. Find out what he had to say about his visit and the impressions he got from uncommitted visitors Broderick Green and Desmond Roberts.

State College, Pa., linebacker Nathan Stupar made his official visit to Penn State last weekend. He has been solidly committed to Penn State for several months and has been no stranger to campus. Stupar was able to attend several home games during season, but this past weekend he was able to take a closer look.

“It was really fun, I am so glad that I went,” Stupar said. “I roomed with Sean Lee and Anthony Scirrotto, who hosted Chris (Colasanti). It was a great time.

“Those guys were a lot of fun,” Stupar added. “Sean Lee was nice and very outgoing. Plus, it gave me and Chris a lot of bonding time.”

Stupar was also very aware of the two uncommitted visitors at Penn State this past weekend.

“I talked to [Broderick] Green a little bit trying to pursue him,” Stupar said. “I feel that Green had a great time and I would look for him in blue and white. I think he will end up coming here.”

Stupar also commented on Desmond Roberts, although he didn't get as good of a read on him.

“I think he probably ends up at Penn State, but I'm not really sure,” Stupar said. “How could you pass up PSU?”

Stupar was also able to exchange phone numbers with a few players to keep in touch, including offensive line commitment Josh Marks and Lee.

The highlight of Stupar's visit was a film session with fellow recruits Andrew Dailey and Colasanti.

“Coach (Ron) Vanderlinden showed us all some film of practices and games, focusing on the linebackers,” Stupar said.

As for which position the future Nittany Lion linebacker will play, he was unsure.

“We didn't talk about playing inside or outside yet,” Stupar said. “I'm sure it will be the best three linebackers on the field, so I guess it doesn't really matter.”

Look for Stupar to sign on the dotted line for the Nittany Lions in February as he prepares to enroll at Penn State this summer.


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