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Busy 48 Hours For Penn State Coaches Recruiting Western Pa.

Having coached at Gateway High School for many years, Terry Smith knows as well as anyone the large amount of talent spread across all of Western Pennsylvania.

With Penn State off this week, Smith was back in his old stomping grounds along with James Franklin to visit as many high schools as possible to talk with head coaches and to recruit and work on relationships with various Underclassmen.

Franklin and Smith arrived on Thursday and will be in the Pittsburgh area through tonight.

Nittany Sports Now has confirmed a number of the high schools that were visited by the Penn State coaches and were they will be tonight.

Thursday: Central Catholic, Gateway, Plum, Woodland Hills, Penn Hills, Brashear, Sto Rox, Aliquippa and Central Valley.

Friday: Laurel Highlands, Belle Vernon, Clairton, Thomas Jefferson, Mt. Lebanon, Chartiers Valley, Perry and North Allegheny.

NSN confirmed that Franklin and Smith were at the Brashear/Allderdice game Thursday night to watch 2023 4-star linebacker Ta’Mere Robinson. Tonight, they will be at the Laurel Highlands/McKeesport game to watch 2023 4-star wide receiver Rodney Gallagher.

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