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Penn State Getting Visit From 4-Star LB Ta’Mere Robinson

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James Franklin and his staff will host one of their top Class of 2023 targets this weekend.

Brashear High School 4-star linebacker Ta’Mere Robinson tells Nittany Sports Now that he’ll be making an unofficial visit to Penn State on Friday.

In-person recruiting opens back up tomorrow with the end of the national recruiting dead period.

Courtesy of Rodney Gallagher

Robinson has made numerous visits to Penn State over the last year and it’s obvious that Franklin and assistant coach Terry Smith are working hard to get a commitment from him.

The skilled linebacker from Pittsburgh is ranked as a Top 100 junior by all national recruiting services. At this point, Robinson holds offers from Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Pitt, Cincinnati, Ole Miss, Miami, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, USC, West Virginia, Arkansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Rutgers, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin.

Robinson and 4-star Laurel Highlands wide receiver Rodney Gallagher are Penn State’s top two junior targets from Western Pennsylvania.

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