Keep updated on news concerning Penn State sports and news within the Big Ten Conference in the Nittany Sports Now Daily Notebook.
Update (8:12 PM)—
**The four-star linebacker from Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School will be visiting Penn State on the day of the Blue-White game.
— Anthony Speca (@aspeca6) April 20, 2022
Update (8:06 PM)—
**Penn State football has also offered Micah Hudson (2024), a five-star receiver from Lake Belton High School in Temple, Texas. Hudson has offers from more than a dozen other schools, including Baylor, Cincinnati, Houston, LSU and Michigan.
#AGTG i am very blessed to receive an offer from Penn State University ⚪️🔵🦁!! #WeAre@chrismahon_ @CoachStubbs @CoachCope23 @TrustMyEyesO @RivalsNick @Perroni247 @BamPerformance @CJVogel_TFB @samspiegs pic.twitter.com/LhnrgSNs22
— Micah Hudson (@iammike1x) April 19, 2022
Update (8:03 PM)—
**Penn State football has extended an offer to Ja’Keem Jackson (2023), a three-star defensive back from Osceola High School in Kissimmee, Florida. Jackson has 14 other offers, including from Boston College, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Iowa State and Kentucky.
#AGTG Extremely Blessed And Humbled To Receive An Offer From Penn State University!!!🦁 #WEARE @CoachTerryPSU @CoachEP_OHS @CoachFrancis15 @Coach_JKYeager @Andrew_Ivins @RWrightRivals @ChadSimmons_ @MohrRecruiting @jack_sons6 pic.twitter.com/mpCn9Gu23H
— Ja’Keem Jackson⁷ (@Roadrunnerjah) April 19, 2022
Update (12:17 PM)—
**Another Erby will be at the Blue-White game. Andrew Erby, is Alex’s twin brother. Andrew is also a three-star recruit, is a 6-foot-4, 290-pound lineman from Steelton-Highspire. He visited Penn State April 8.
— 3 ⭐️ Andrew Erby Jr (@erbyjr4) November 28, 2021
Update (11:53 AM)—
**Penn State football has extended an offer to Korey Wyatt, a 2024 DB/WR from Cheltenham High School in Philadelphia. Wyatt (6-foot-2, 180 pounds) picked up his offer after visiting Penn State Monday.
— Korey Wyatt (@koreywyatt8) April 19, 2022
Update (10:30 AM)—
**George Arendt will be visiting Penn State this Friday. Arendt is a freshman ATH (5-foot-11, 160 pounds) from Germantown Acadamy in Philadelphia.
— George Arendt (@arendt_george) November 18, 2021
Update (10:25 AM)—
**Shae “Showtime” Terry visited Penn State Monday. Terry is a 2024 ATH from Quince Orchard High School in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
— Shae "𝐒𝐡𝐨𝐰𝐭𝐢𝐦𝐞" Terry 💭 (@ShaeTerry21) April 19, 2022
Update (10:22 AM)—
**Erby (2024) is a three-star quarterback from Steelton-Highspire High School in Harrisburg. He has an unofficial visit to Penn State April 9.
I will be back in State college this weekend for the Blue and White game!📍@RyanSnyderOn3 @Coach_Elby @CoachTHowle @Coach_Yurcich @chrismahon_ @The__Hunt @shadrich80 @SSN_PennState @EdOBrienCFB @RivalsFriedman @AllStatePrepsFB pic.twitter.com/m77xz6FJ3x
— 3⭐️ Alex Erby (@ErbyAlex) April 19, 2022