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Update (3:21 p.m.)-
**Devin Roche (2023) is attending Penn State’s Whiteout camp today. Roche is a 5-foot-8, 170-pound, three-star running back from Dunbar High School in Baltimore, Maryland.
Update (2:54 p.m.)-
**Three-star 2023 OL Commit Anthony Donkoh is at today’s camp.
— Tyler Calvaruso (@tyler_calvaruso) June 4, 2022
Update (12:42 p.m)-
**2023 three-star receiver Yazeed Haynes is at today’s Whiteout camp. Haynes, a 6-foot-2, 175-pounder from North Penn High School in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, has offers from Boston College, Bowling Green, Maryland, Minnesota, Ole Miss, Rutgers, Towson and West Virginia.
— Yazeed Haynes (@ZeedHaynes) June 4, 2022
Update (12:19 p.m.)-
**Four-star 2023 OL J’ven Williams is at today’s camp.
— Jven “BamBam”Williams (@williams_jven) June 4, 2022
Update (11:54 p.m)-
**Penn State’s lone 2024 commit, McDowell Prep OL Cooper Cousins, is in Happy Valley for the Whiteout camp.
— Cooper Cousins (@cousins_cooper) June 4, 2022
Update (11:34 a.m.)-
**Five-star 2023 OL commit Alex Birchmeier is at today’s camp.
I’ll be at State College today 🦁🦁
— Alex Birchmeier (@Alex_Birchmeier) June 3, 2022
Update (10:32 a.m)-
**Another 2022 walk-on commit, Dominic Rulli, will be at the Whiteout camp. Rulli (6-foot-3, 280 pounds) is a offensive lineman from the Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut.
— Dominic Rulli (@rulli_dominic) June 4, 2022
Update (10:23 a.m)-
**Ian Harvie is at the Whiteout camp. Harvie (2022) is a 6-foot-1, 261-pound offensive lineman from Spring Ford High School in Royersford, Pennsylvania. He committed to Penn State as a preferred walk-on in April.
— Ian Harvie (@ianharviie) April 18, 2022
Update (10:20 a.m.)
**Trace Brown is at Penn State for today’s “Whiteout camp.” Brown (2022), a Reading, Pennsylvania, native, committed to Penn State as a preferred walk-on in January.
@TraceBrown20 went to his first Penn State game the night the Nittany Lions upset Ohio State in 2016. Now, he’s looking to have a better view of the games. Read his story here. @DannKabalaPSU https://t.co/28Y1uTJw7i pic.twitter.com/92agtkf3kP
— Nittany Sports Now (@NittanySN) January 8, 2022