Keep updated on news and notes concerning the Penn State football and basketball programs in the Nittany Sports Now Daily Notebook.
Update (6:36 PM)-
**Penn State football extends an offer to 2024 athlete Kristopher Jones (6’2”, 215) from Stafford, Virginia. Jones has also received offers from Virginia Tech and Arizona State.
— Kristopher C Jones (@bigkris4422) September 18, 2021
Update (6:27 PM)-
**Penn State extends an offer today to freshman linebacker Kamar Archie (6’1”, 195) from Trenton, New Jersey. Archie also holds offers from Boston College and Rutgers.
Update (4:44 PM)-
Top-10 breakout stars of 2021 🚀https://t.co/FPakOHXZiH
— PFF College (@PFF_College) October 1, 2021
Update (4:00 PM)-
**Today, Penn State extends an offer to 2023 3-star defensive back Amare Snowden (6’3”, 185) from Roseville, Michigan. Snowden holds offers from Cincinnati, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Pitt, Syracuse and West Virginia.
Update (2:25 PM)-
— Penn State Men’s Basketball (@PennStateMBB) October 1, 2021
Update (10:58 AM)-
**2023 4-star safety Kahlil Ali (Pennsauken, New Jersey) will make an unofficial visit to Penn State tomorrow. Ali holds offers from Penn State, Boston College, Florida State, Maryland, Miami, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Pitt, Rutgers, Syracuse, Virginia and West Virginia.
Update (9:10 AM)-
**On Saturday, Penn State will receive an unofficial visit from 2023 running back Jahiem White from William Penn High School in York, Pennsylvania.
Check out my highlight – https://t.co/UoJ03CQIpG
— Jahiem White (@JahiemWhite_305) September 15, 2021
Update (8:58 AM)-
**Penn State 2022 3-star LB Keon Wylie has accepted an invite to play in the prestigious Adidas All-American Game in San Antonio.
— Keon Wylie (@KeonWylie) October 1, 2021
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