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Penn State Makes the Top 8 for 2023 4-Star DB Jaremiah Anglin

While making an official visit this weekend, 2023 4-star defensive back Jaremiah Anglin made a major move in his recruiting process.

Anglin reduced his long list of offers down to just 8 schools. The 6’2″, 185-pound athlete from Lake Wales, Florida, announced a Top 8 of: Alabama, Florida State, Jackson State, Kentucky, Penn State, Pitt, Central Florida and Tennessee.

Angelin told Chad Simmons of On3 Recruiting, “This is me getting closer to the end of my recruitment. But as soon as I announced I was going to name a top eight, other colleges that hadn’t been recruiting me have been hitting me up lately. But I feel like these eight schools have been the most consistent with coming to see me, communicating with me, and making sure everything is going good. Right now, those are the top eight schools I’m going to be looking at.”

Of this top eight, the only three schools that Anglin hasn’t personally visited are: Alabama, Penn State and Jackson State but tells Simmons that he will visit those schools and is making plans to visit both Penn State and Alabama at some point next month.

Anglin arrived in Pittsburgh last night for his official visit to Pitt.

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