Preliminary Visit List for LFL

See who is scheduled to check out Penn State during this week's Lift For Life Challenge. There are some extremely high-profile prospects on the list. UPDATED.

Several high-profile, uncommitted recruits are scheduled to be on hand for Penn State's sixth-annual Lift For Life Challenge at Holuba Hall Friday.

Schedules for prospects are always subject to change at the last minute, but as of Wednesday afternoon the following athletes had indicated they would be visiting Happy Valley Friday.

• Four-star receiver Justin Brown from Concord High in Wilmington, Del. Brown has been among State's primary wideout targets since the spring.

• Four-star defensive end Jason Ankrah from Quince Orchard High in Gaithersburg, Md. The Lions are battling Michigan, Nebraska, Maryland and a host of others for his services.

• Speedy receiver Devon Smith from Westlake High in Waldorf, Md. Penn State is waiting for Smith to post a qualifying standardized test score before offering, but has kept in contact throughout the recruiting process.

• Three-star offensive tackle prospect Nate Cadogan from Portsmouth High in Portsmouth, Ohio. Cadogan has been on campus all week with his brother, current PSU starting tackle Gerald Cadogan.

Also, Penn State running back commit Curtis Dukes is considering visiting this weekend, along with his mom. As of this writing, though, he had not made up his mind definitively.

UPDATE: We just learned that five-star offensive lineman and Penn State commitment Eric Shrive will be at LFL for part of the day. But he can't stay for the whole event because he is attending a high school graduation party Friday night.

Also, five-star offensive tackle Anthony LaLota from the Hun School in Princeton, N.J., was originally scheduled to visit Friday. But he changed plans, and will now be on campus July 23.

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