Keep updated on news concerning Penn State sports and news within the Big Ten Conference in the Nittany Sports Now Daily Notebook.
Update (7:05 p.m.)-
**Penn State football has extended an offer to Ryan Barker, a kicker/punter from Kennett Square High School in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.
After a great workout & conversation with @coachjfranklin, @CoachRaisbeck & @CoachCollins46, I am blessed to say I have received an offer from @PennStateFball. #WEARE @KHSFootball20 pic.twitter.com/0R2vg71EyE
— Ryan Barker (@RyanBarker111) June 15, 2022
Update (3:34 p.m.)-
**Penn Hills quarterback Julian Dugger (2024) is at Penn State’s Elite Showcase III. Dugger is 6-foot-4 and 195 pounds.
— Julian Dugger (@JulesDugger02) February 8, 2022
Update (1:45 p.m.)-
**Maj Jones (2024) a 6-foot-1, 210-pound quarterback from St. Joseph’s Prep School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is at today’s Elite Showcase III. He has offers from Boston College, Louisville and Temple.
Update (1:40 p.m.)-
**North Penn-Mansfield quarterback l Karson Dominick will be attending Penn State’s Elite Showcase III today.
Update (1:17 p.m)-
**Kishbaugh (2023) is a 6-foot-3, 200-pound outside linebacker/strong safety from Berwick High School in Berwick, Pennsylvania.
Penn State today!!! @Coachpoindexter
— Spencer Kishbaugh (@SpencerKishbau2) June 15, 2022
Update (1:06 p.m.)-
**Yevchak (2024) is a 6-foot-4, 300-pound offensive lineman from Donovon Catholic High School in Toms River, New Jersey.
I will be at the @PennStateFball camp tomorrow (6/15/22) !! Can’t wait to get to Happy Valley ! @CoachStubbs @GinfanteMT @coachjfranklin @Coach_Yurcich @CoachTrautFB @AndyFrankPSU @The_C0ach_Mac @DCFBrecruits pic.twitter.com/ungka63xqu
— Adam Yevchak (@adam_yevchak) June 14, 2022
Update (12:38 p.m.) –
**O’Sullivan (2023) is a 6-foot, 175-pound quarterback from Upper Dublin High School in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania.
Looking forward to camping @PennStateFball tomorrow 6/15! Always great to be on campus. @coachjfranklin @Coach_Yurcich @DannyOBrienQB @DannKabalaPSU @PaFootballNews @UpperDublinFB @QBHitList @Elite11 pic.twitter.com/TWPsWiZmPw
— Colin O’Sullivan (@Colin_OSullivan) June 14, 2022
Update (12:23 p.m.) –
**Four-star combo guard Malachi Palmer (6-foot-5, 185-pounds) has been offered by Penn State men’s basketball. Palmer is the No. 47 recruit in the country on 247Sports for the class of 2024.
Penn State is his 16th offer following Arizona State, Creighton, DePaul, Georgetown, Georgia, Houston, Illinois, Kansas, LSU, Nebraska, New Mexico State, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Texas Tech and Virginia Tech.
— George Michalowski (@MichalowskiCBB) June 15, 2022
Update (12:07 p.m.)-
**Caccese is a 6-foot-6, 270-pound defensive lineman from Exeter Township High School in Reading, Pennsylvania.
PSU camp today❕❕See y’all there❕ pic.twitter.com/kuBGBmz4JN
— Anthony K Caccese (@caccese_ac) June 15, 2022
Update (11:58 a.m.)-
**Incoming freshmen Dani-Dennis Sutton, Kaleb Artis, KJ Winston, Keon Wylie and Mehki Flowers were moving in Tuesday evening.
— Penn State Football (@PennStateFball) June 15, 2022
Update (11:49 a.m.)-
**Birchmeier, a five-star offensive lineman from Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Virginia, was Penn State’s first commit in the 2023 class, committing last July.
— Alex Birchmeier (@Alex_Birchmeier) June 15, 2022
Update (11:35 a.m.)-
**Payne, a three-star cornerback from Chartiers Valley High School in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, committed to Penn State last September.
— Mont Payne🏴☠️🦋 (@Lamontpayne18) June 15, 2022