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Update: (10:41 AM):
**One of Penn State Football’s top recruits in 2022 is up for Gatorade Football Player of the Year. Running back Nicholas Singleton of Governor Mifflin High School rushed for 2,043 yards and scored 41 touchdowns and is one of three candidates for the honor after winning the Pennsylvania award. Texas Player of the Year Cade Klubnik, a quarterback committed to Clemson, and California Player of the Year Tetairoa McMillan, a receiver committed to Oregon, are the other nominees. Here are some of Singleton’s highlights from 2021.
Check out my highlight – https://t.co/ioumg1wyBd
— Nicholas Singleton (@nichola14110718) December 5, 2021
Update (10:53 AM):
**Omari Evans is a 3-star recruit who announced his commitment to Penn State in October.
Thank you guys for the home visit, ready to get to work !!🦁🦁💙 pic.twitter.com/kLNkDm42BE
— Omari Evans ✰ (@_realmar13) December 7, 2021
Update (10:56 AM):
**Penn State has offered Joseph Mupoyi, a 6’6″ junior DE/TE from Archbishop Carrol. His highlights can be seen here.
Look my season highlights
Class of 2023https://t.co/OcBIw8bbPK
— Joseph Mupoyi (@joseph_mupoyi) September 19, 2021
Update (10:58 AM):
— Ross Elliott Roby (@RossRoby1) December 7, 2021
Update (10:58 AM):
**Robinson, a Penn State graduate and former graduate assistant, has developed a reputation for recruiting defensive linemen. The Aggies also have Walter Nolan, the highest-rated DL recruit in the country, committed for 2022.
Many Penn State fans want Elijah Robinson to be James Franklin’s defensive coordinator pick, but this flip probably says a ton about where he plans to coach next year. It’s college football, nothing is ever guaranteed or promised to follow logic. But, speaks volumes on surface. https://t.co/briF5YhvRg
— Greg Pickel (@GregPickel) December 7, 2021
UPDATE: 11:00 AM:
Jaquan Brisker has been ELITE since coming to Happy Valley 💪
His 91.6 PFF Grade since 2019 is the highest among Big 10 Safeties 😳 pic.twitter.com/8qTVjSPV0W
— PFF College Football (@PFF_College) December 7, 2021