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Nittany Sports Now Notebook: September 24

Keep updated on news and notes concerning the Penn State football and basketball programs in the Nittany Sports Now Daily Notebook.  


Update (7:04 PM)- 

**James Franklin was recruiting this morning and made a stop at Central York High School to see Penn State 2022 quarterback commitment Beau Pribula.

Update (5:22 PM)- 

**James Franklin made a recruiting visit today to Central Dauphin East High School in Harrisburg, the home of current 4-star commitment wide receiver Mekhi Flowers.

Update (5:13 PM)-

Update (3:56 PM)- 

**Penn State football extends an offer today to 2024 wide receiver Jabari Murphy from Eclectic, Alabama. Murphy (6’2”, 195) received the offer from Danny O’Brien and also holds offers from Maryland, Arkansas and Ole Miss.

Update (3:20 PM)-

**Penn State football extends an offer today to 2023 3-star quarterback Christopher Vizzina from Birmingham, Alabama. Vizzina (6’4″, 200) also holds offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Cincinnati, Duke, Georgia Tech, Houston, Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Oklahoma State and Vanderbilt.


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