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2023 4-Star Amare Snowden has Penn State in Top 6

Amare Snowden, a four-star cornerback from Roseville High School in Roseville, Michigan, has Penn State in his top six, he announced via Twitter Friday afternoon.

Penn State is in the hunt for Snowden (6-foot-3, 188 pounds) along with Cincinnati, Howard, Iowa, Kentucky and Wisconsin.

Penn State offered Snowden last October, and he last visited campus March 26.

Penn State currently one cornerback— three-star Lamont Payne— and one safety— three-star Conrad Hussey— committed to its 2023 class. Coach James Franklin currently has 12 players committed overall.

Prior to releasing his top six, Snowden had 40 offers overall.

In talking about Penn State with Rivals.com, Snowden mentioned Franklin, as well as a few of Penn State players that played their high school football in Michigan.

“Kalen (King), Kobe (King), Jaylen (Reed), all them guys, inner-city guys. They love Detroit, so you know (Penn State) was going to be a choice for one of my favorites.”

 

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