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Update: 1:30 p.m.
**Penn State football has sent out a couple of offers. One is to Class of 2022 4-star LB TJ Dudley (6-2, 210) from Montgomery, Ala. He also has offers from Alabama, Clemson and Auburn, so he certainly would be a good get for the Lions.
‼️#AG2G Beyond blessed to receive an offer from PENN STATE UNIVERSITY 🔵⚪️ @247Sports @ChadSimmons_ @Rivalsfbcamps @kirkjuice32 @YellowhammerFB @MCPKnightsFB @Keith247Sports @PennStateFball @CoachCBW @247recruiting @da_real_Smitty #weare pic.twitter.com/0hwQb88zZC
— Tj “bull” Dudley (@HollywoodHtu) December 14, 2020
PSU also has offered Class of 2023 OT Vysen Lang (6-5, 330), who attends the same high school in Alabama that recent WR commit Harrison Wallace attends (Pike Road HS).
After a great talk with @CoachStubbs I am BEYOND BLESSED to say I have received an offer from Penn State University⚪️🔵 #WEARE @ChadSimmons_ @RivalsJohnson @pikeroadFB @ALLGASTRNG @coachpsb @coachpimienta @CoachTrautFB @Jeff_XOS #ALLGAS pic.twitter.com/18vqMDzdJT
— Vysen Lang (@VysenL) December 14, 2020
**Penn State WR Jahan Dotson was named Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday after having an 81-yard for a touchdown that helped the Nittany Lions seal the deal in a 39-24 win over Michigan State.
Dotson also caught eight passes for 108 yards. He became just the third Big Ten player since 2000 with at least 100 yards receiving and a punt return for a TD in the same game. This was the first Big Ten special teams honor for Dotson in his career.
**Saint Francis senior Mark Flagg was named the Northeast Conference Prime Performer of the week as he had 13 points and a career-high 14 rebounds in the Red Flash’s loss at Mount St. Mary’s. Flagg recorded the second double-double of his career in the game.
Saint Francis had a positive COVID test that forced the cancellation of its game Saturday at Saint Bonaventure. The Red Flash’s two NEC home games scheduled for this week at home against Fairleigh Dickinson have been postponed and will be played Jan. 26 and 27.
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