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Nittany Sports Now Daily Notebook: January 5

Keep updated on news and notes concerning the Penn State football and basketball programs in the Nittany Sports Now Daily Notebook.  

Update (6:54 PM)-
**Tonight, Penn State extends an offer to 2023 4-star safety Mikal Harrison-Pilot from Temple, Texas. Harrison-Pilot is rated as one of the Top 200 juniors in the country and holds 35+ offers, including ones from Arkansas, Baylor, Cincinnati, Florida State, Miami, Michigan, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Pitt, Oregon, Texas, Texas Tech, USC, and Utah.

Update (4:09 PM)- 

**For the second time today, Penn State football extends a PWO opportunity to an offensive line, this one to Brian Baucia from Crofton, Maryland.


Update (12:29 PM)-

 

Update (8:02 AM)-
**Tuesday night, Penn State extended a PWO opportunity to 2022 offensive tackle Jim Fitzgerald (6’7″, 315) from Archbishop Spalding High School in Severn, Maryland.

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