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Four-Star 2023 QB Marcus Stokes Commits to Penn State

Penn State’s future at quarterback already looked pretty bright.

Five-star Drew Allar (2022) is one of Penn State’s most anticipated quarterback signees ever and is thought by many to be the savior of Nittany Lion football.

Another member of the 2022 class, Beau Pribula is no slouch, either. Pribula, a three-star recruit from York, was named Pennsylvania’s co-Player of the Year for Class 6A.

Now, the future looks even brighter. Marcus Stokes, a four-star QB from Nease High School in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, has committed to Penn State.

In his junior season, Stokes, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound dual-threat, put up more than 3,100 yards of total offense and 28 touchdowns, helping Nease to a berth in the Class 7A Regional Final.

Penn State offered Stokes Jan. 29, the same day he visited Happy Valley for Penn State’s Junior Day. He took an unofficial campus visit this past Thursday, and now has committed.

If Allar is as advertised, it will probably be a few years before Stokes would start for Penn State. Assuming Stokes stayed committed, however, he undoubtedly will give Penn State’s quarterback room much more depth for 2023.

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