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Recruiting notebook: One of PSU’s top RB targets sets date for official visit

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Another of Penn State’s priority targets at running back has finalized plans for an official visit to University Park. Four-star running back Ramon Brown, who is ranked 194th nationally in the Class of 2022 per the 247 Sports Composite, will utilize one of his OV’s on June 11-13. Fellow four-star RB Nicholas Singleton will also be on campus for an official visit that weekend.

Brown hails from Midlothian, Virginia, and attends Manchester High School. He received his offer from the Nittany Lions in January, 2020, and has also garnered offers notably from Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, UNC, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia.

Additionally, Brown has set official visits to WVU on the first weekend of June, and Maryland on the final weekend of that month.

PSU makes top lists for four-star duo

A pair of elite prospects from the Class of 2022 recently included Penn State among their top choices. Outside linebacker Moses Walker and offensive tackle Aamil Wagner listed the Nittany Lions among their finalists in the past week.

Walker, from Brooklyn, New York, attends Erasmus Hall High School. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound talent is ranked as the best player in New York, and 129th nationally. He garnered his Penn State offer in April, 2020. In addition to the Nittany Lions, Rutgers, LSU, Texas A&M, and Southern Cal made his Top 5.

To this point, Walker has only visited Rutgers among his finalists. He intends to make his commitment this summer.

Wagner hails from Dayton, Ohio, and attends Wayne High School. He’s evaluated as the 134th player in the class. Penn State entered the mix in his recruitment in July, 2020. His top group also consists of Auburn, Kentucky, Stanford, Notre Dame, and Ohio State.

Nittany Lions extend new offers, including WR Nabors

The Nittany Lions have identified several new targets over the past week, offering six players in that timeframe.

From that group, wide receiver Jordan Nabors is the lone member of the Class of 2022. From Rockwall, Texas, Nabors is unranked in the 247 Sports Composite. He’s received seven scholarship offers since the beginning of March, however, including Baylor, Michigan State, and Utah. The 5-foot-11, 175-pound pass catcher currently attends Rockwall-Heath, but was previously at Sachse High School, which produced former Penn State player Isaiah Humphries.

From the Class of 2023, the Nittany Lions offered defensive end Lebbeus Overton, safety Daemon Fagan, and tight end Luke Hasz.

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While there are no 247 Sports Composite ratings for the Class of 2023 yet, Overton is the top-rated player in the 247 Sports rankings. From Alpharetta, Georgia, he’s already garnered offers from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and Southern Cal. His father, Milton Overton, was an offensive lineman for the Sooners in the early 1990s.

Fagan hails from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and attends American Heritage High School, which won the 5A state title in December. His offer sheet already includes Georgia, Miami, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oregon, and Texas A&M, among others.

Hasz is from Bixby, Oklahoma, and also plays basketball for his school. Since the start of March, he’s collected offers from the likes of Oregon, Arkansas, Minnesota, Ohio State, and LSU.

In the Class of 2024, Penn State offered offensive tackle Kyle Altuner and guard Jordan Seaton.

Altuner, who measures 6-foot-4 and 290 pounds, hails from Olney, Maryland, and attends Good Counsel. The Nittany Lions are the first team to extend an offer to him.

Seaton, who is 6-foot-5 and 295 pounds, attends St John’s in Washington, DC. Maryland and Penn State both offered him on the same day, becoming the first schools in his recruitment. Since then, Boston College and Pitt have also entered the mix.

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