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Which Recruits are Coming to Penn State’s First Two Home Games

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After a year of not hosting recruits because of COVID-19, the Penn State football program will begin a huge part of what makes their recruiting process so successful and that’s getting high school players into Beaver Stadium and to experience the atmosphere on Gameday.

After opening the season on the road and defeating Wisconsin, the Nittany Lions will open the season this Saturday when they host Ball State. Kickoff from Beaver Stadium will take place at 3:30 PM.

Penn State will actually play their next four games at home when they host Ball State, Auburn, Villanova and Indiana, so they’ll be plenty of high school recruits traveling to State College.

Nittany Sports Now will be keeping you updated on which recruits plan on making visits over the next two weekends. As we learn more names, we’ll add them to this list.


Mehkai White: 2024 Athlete from King George, Virginia (Auburn game)

Joshua Miller: 2023 offensive lineman from Colonial Heights, Virginia (Auburn game)  *Holds Penn State offer

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