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2023 Safety Moussa Kane Will Visit Penn State This Weekend

On Tuesday, Moussa Kane, a three-star Class of 2023 athlete out of Blairstown, New Jersey, announced on Instagram that he’ll be visiting Penn State this weekend, June 10-12.

The 6-foot-1 safety, wide receiver and running back out of Blair Academy has Penn State in his top three schools, alongside Duke and Oklahoma.

Kane is the tenth best recruit from New Jersey and the No. 54 safety in the nation.

Kane would be making his second visit to Penn State, the first coming back in January. Kane talked to 247Sports about Penn State.

“Similarly to (Oklahoma head coach Brent) Venables, coach Franklin has also been recruiting me since I was a sophomore”

He also spoke on the connection he has with safeties coach Anthony Poindexter.

“We also talk every now and then, and they have coach Poindexter on the staff too,” he said. “Before I knew coach Poindexter because he coached my brother (Sanoussi) at Purdue, so I have a really good relationship with him”

According to On3.com, Penn State has a 36.2 percent chance of landing Kane, followed by Duke at 18.3 percent, and Oklahoma coming in third with a 15.7 percent chance.

If he were to commit to Penn State, he would join Conrad Hussey and Lamont Payne as Class of 2023 defensive back commitments.

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