With the eyes of Nittany Nation focused on the Class of 2007, there is a second recruiting class at Penn State that has yet to see the field, but has had a season to make preparations for its impact on the team — the redshirt freshmen. Take a look at how some more of the redshirt freshmen have looked this season in practice. This is the third in a series of exclusive reports.
December 12, 2006
Nearly a dozen of the newest Nittany Lions gathered near Baltimore on LOI day, and, as always, FightOnState.com was on hand to capture all of the action. Our series of interviews began with Aaron Maybin and Jared Odrick, and continue with a one-on-one with standout offensive lineman Antonio Logan-El.
February 1, 2006
Penn State added a pair of massive Maryland linemen to its recruiting haul for the Class of 2006. And FightOnState.com was on hand when Antonio Logan-El and Phillip Taylor made their annoucements at the ESPN Zone in Baltimore Tuesday. Check out our audio files.
What had already been a big day for Penn State football recruiting got even bigger Tuesday at about 5 p.m., when massive Maryland lineman Antonio Logan-El picked the Nittany Lions over his home state Terrapins. This after star quarterback Pat Devlin's pledge to PSU became public earlier in the day.
Forestville (MD) offensive lineman Antonio Logan-El showed up on the campus of the University of Florida for the first time this past weekend. The large 6-6, 310 pound lineman ended up with a great impression of the Gators, much like many other visitors to the campus.
January 16, 2006
The date has been set. In two weeks, Antonio Logan-El will announce his college choice live on television. Logan-El, the 6-foot-6, 310-pound five-star offensive lineman from Forestville High in Forestville, Md., will announce his decision on Jan. 24, at 4:00 p.m. on ESPN U from the ESPN Zone in Baltimore.
January 12, 2006