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Update (6:06 PM)—
**Penn State has offered Juan Minaya (2024), a 6-foot-6, 325-pound offensive tackle from Paramus Catholic High School in Paramus, New Jersey. Minaya also has offers from Boston College, Miami, Ole Miss, Pitt and UConn.
Ever since I first learned about football it’s Penn State has been my childhood dream school…WeAre. Beyond Blessed to receive an Offer from Penn State University💙🦁!#WeAre #Unrivaled@coachjfranklin @CoachTrautFB @PennStateFball @PCFB_Paladins pic.twitter.com/25da5vFYiq
— Juan Minaya (@Juan_Minaya77) May 10, 2022
Update (12:10 PM)—
**Penn State has offered Jaime Ffrench, a freshman receiver from Mandarin High School in Jacksonville, Florida. Ffrench already has double digit offers as a high school freshman, from schools such as Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Maryland and Miami. Ffrench also has an offer from Pitt, where his older brother, Maurice, was a receiver for four years.
— Child of god𓅓²… (@jaimeffrenchjr) May 10, 2022
Update (8:01 AM)—
**Penn State has offered Donovan Johnson, a freshman All-American running back from the Calvary Day School in Savannah, Georgia. Johnson (6-foot-1, 205 pounds) rushed for 1,336 yards, 10 touchdowns and averaged 8.1 yards per carry as a freshman. He has more than 10 other offers, from schools such as Arkansas, Florida State, Georgia, Ohio State and Pitt.
Freshman SZN Highlight https://t.co/G3Q2kvVMtJ
— Donovan Johnson (@4k_Don) December 5, 2021
Update (7:51 AM)—
**Penn State football has extended an offer to Luke Kromenhoek (2024), a 6-foot-3, 190-pound, three-star quarterback from Benedictine Military School in Savannah, Georgia, who’s committed to Florida State.
After a great FaceTime call with @Coach_Yurcich and @coachjfranklin I am honored to have received and offer from @PennStateFball !!@BC_Football1902 @6pointsjax @denny_thompson @247recruiting @rivals @CoachGHouston pic.twitter.com/eH2uVfGxBB
— Luke Kromenhoek (@LukeKromenhoek) May 9, 2022