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Update (2:09 PM)—
**Penn State has offered Tarrell Devante Greene, a freshman lineman from Dillard High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Greene (6-foot-3, 235 pounds) already has offers from Georgia, Michigan, Syracuse, Temple and Texas A&M.
Blessed to receive my 6th offer from university of penn state ⚪️🔵 @coachseider @CoachBlu954 @TEAM_TATE_FLA @HBFATHLETES @TheCribSouthFLA@ABLichtenstein@ChadSimmons_@DemetricDWarren@ErikRichardsUSA pic.twitter.com/oSkPtyKtWo
— Tarrell Devante Greene🥷🏾🖤 (@Tarrellgreene54) May 14, 2022
Update (12:00 PM)—
*Penn State 2022 signee Cam Miller is on Penn State’s campus today. Miller is a 6-foot, 175-pound, four-star defensive back from Trinity Christian Academy in Yulee, Florida.
State College 📍
— Cam Miller (@Cam_miller8) May 14, 2022
Update (8:15 AM)-
**Penn State extends an offer to 2025 offensive lineman Cortez Smith from Parkview High School in Snellville, Georgia.
— Cortez Smith (@OrnandoSmith) May 13, 2022
Update (8:00 AM):
** Penn State offered 2025 quarterback Sebastian Circo and 2023 Rivals four-star running-back Parker Jenkins on Thursday.
Circo is a 5-foot-10, 160-pound quarterback from Omaha, Nebraska. He currently is a freshman at Omaha North High School. Penn State is his fourth offer, following Boston College, Ole Miss and Temple.
— Sebastian Circo (@SebastianCirco) May 13, 2022
Jenkins is a 5-foot-10, 185-pound running back from Houston, Texas. He attends Klein Forest High School and 247Sports has him as three-star running back and is projecting him to attend LSU. Penn State is his 31st offer following Arkansan, Boston College, Buffalo, California, Cincinnati, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Houston, Kansas, Kansas State, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Monroe, Louisville, Marshall, Memphis, Miami, Mississippi State, Missouri, Northwestern, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Oregon State, Sam Houston, SMU, Tennessee, Texas Southern, Texas Tech, Tulane, Utah, UTSA, Vanderbilt, Washington State and Western Kentucky
— Parker Jenkins (@NewEra_PJ3) May 13, 2022