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Watch: Sights and Sounds from Penn State’s First Spring Practice of 2022

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Monday marked the first spring practice of Penn State’s 2022 football season, as well as the spring practice of highly-touted freshman quarterback Drew Allar’s college football career.

The five-star recruit from Medina, Ohio, took reps along with Penn State’s other three quarterbacks– sixth-year senior and presumed starter Sean Clifford, redshirt freshman Christian Veilleux and true freshman Beau Pribula– practiced throwing the ball under the direction of quarterbacks coach/offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich.

After passing, Penn State’s field generals practiced their handoffs. Here, we caught a glimpse of what Penn State fans hope will be a common and wonderful sight over the next few years, and that’s the sight of Allar handing off the ball to fellow five-star recruit Nick Singleton.

Penn State’s runners took part in another drill, led by coach JaJuan Seider. This one was designed to simulate the contact brought by an opposing defender.

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