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Penn State offers 7th grader from New Jersey, according to his Twitter feed

Penn State has offered a scholarship to a seventh-grader, Amari Sabb, according to the young man’s Twitter feed.

Amari Sabb is a receiver and defensive back for the class of 2026. He is the younger brother of elite 5-star recruit Keon Sabb, a class of 2022 recruit from Williamstown, N.J.

The question of whether or not major college programs should be offering kids in seventh grade is something that certainly is fair to be raised in college athletics.

Sabb comes from a football family and certainly will be highly recruited at some point along the way.

You can vote here on what you think about offering a seventh-grader.



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Cory Giger is a 15-year veteran of the Penn State beat and a journalist with 28 years of experience. He has won more than 100 state and national journalism awards during his career, plus he's a voter for the Heisman Trophy in football and Wooden Award in basketball.

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