Keep updated on news and notes concerning the Penn State football and basketball programs in today’s Nittany Sports Now Daily Notebook.
Update (3:40 PM)-
**James Franklin was in York, Pennsylvania today to check on 2023 3-star wide receiver Kenny Johnson from Dallastown High School. Johnson (6’1”, 185) holds offers from Penn State, Boston College, UCONN, Rutgers, Temple and West Virginia .
Update (3:12 PM)-
**James Franklin and wide receivers coach Taylor Stubblefield were in Virginia today at Magna Vista High School to see a member of their Class of 2022 wide receiver Tyler Johnson.
Update (10:05 AM)-
**This morning, 2024 wide receiver Izaiah Williams (Zephyrhills, Florida) picked up an offer from Terry Smith and Penn State. Williams also holds offers from Pitt, Cincinnati and South Florida.
— izaiah williams (@izaiahwilliamss) January 24, 2022
Update (8:45 AM)-
**Penn State received an unofficial visit this weekend from 2023 cornerback Kyle Chen from Mount View High School in Vancouver, Washington. Chen holds two offers- Penn State and Colorado.
— Kyle Chen (@ChenKyle13) November 13, 2021
Update (8:31 AM)-
**This weekend, Penn State football extended an offer to 2024 offensive tackle Peter Jones from Malvern Prep in Malvern, Pennsylvania. Jones (6’5″, 290) also holds offers from Boston College, Maryland, Kentucky, West Virginia and Virginia.
Update (8:20 AM)-
**Penn State received a visit this weekend from 2023 offensive tackle Austin Ramsey from Roman Catholic HS in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ramsey holds offers from Penn State, Boston College, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Pitt, Rutgers, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.
Junior season tape out! Had a lot of fun this season and can’t wait to come back for some more next year even better!!!https://t.co/oCgoj8ss5u
— Austin “House” Ramsey (@RamseyHouse) November 12, 2021
Update (8:17 AM)-
**Sophomore Dom Monz from Seton LaSalle High School in Pittsburgh.
— Dom Monz (@DominicMonz) January 23, 2022
Update (8:10 AM)-
**After making an unofficial visit this weekend, 2022 defensive end Samuel Siafa (6’4″, 250) from Downingtown, Pennsylvania received a walk-on opportunity at Penn State.
Looking forward to seeing where I will be able to call home for the next 4 years! Here are my senior highlights! https://t.co/gwVQMMeCo3
— Samuel Siafa (@Sam_Siafa) November 8, 2021