Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

PSU Football

Penn State Signee Nick Singleton Wins Mr. PA Football Award

Graphic from Nicholas Singleton Twitter

Penn State signee Nick Singleton won the Mr. PA Football Award for the 4A-6A class Saturday night.

He’s also won such awards as the Gatorade Player of the Year in Pennsylvania and Gatorade National Player of the Year and PennLive’s Player of the Year.

The 6-foot, 210-pound running back beat out fellow Penn State signee Beau Pribula quarterback from Central York High School, Mt. Lebanon running back Alex Tecza, who is committed to playing at the U.S. Naval Academy, Penn-Trafford running back and Wisconsin signee Cade Yacamelli, Aliquippa freshman running back Tiqwai Hayes and St Joseph’s Preparatory School junior linebacker Josiah Trotter, son of former NFL linebacker Jeremiah Trotter.

Singleton rushed for 2,043 yards and 41 touchdowns as a senior for Governor Mifflin High School in Shillington, PA. He is already on campus at Penn State as an early enrollee and is set to compete to be the No. 1 running back with fellow freshman Kaytron Allen and returners Keyvone Lee, Devyn Ford and Caziah Holmes.

Twitter: @bwalkerdadon

Written By

Get NSN in your Inbox

Enter your email address to get notifications of new posts by email.

More from Nittany Sports Now

PSU Football

0 Penn State made a statement in its 41-12 win at Auburn in Week 3. Back at Beaver Stadium in Week 4, Penn State...

PSU Football

0 Nobody would have blamed Devyn Ford for leaving Penn State. When he began his college football career in 2019, he was part of...

PSU Football

1 This year’s Penn State team is off to a good start. It has a long way to go, however, to get to the...

PSU Football

0 Penn State is 3-0 this season, and coach James Franklin s to stress his team’s goal of going “1-0” every week. The team...

Get Nittany Sports Now in your inbox

Sign-up for email updates and get the whole story first from the Nittany Sports Now team, delivered straight to your inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.