Weight: 199 pounds
Hometown: Cambridge, Mass.
Before Penn State: Dottin lettered three years at the Suffield Academy in Connecticut, helping his team to a 9-0 record and Central New England Conference Title as a captain his senior year.
Dottin stood out on both sides of the ball at Suffield.
On offense, he caught 29 passes for 593 yards and six touchdowns as a junior and followed that up with 25 receptions, 468 yards and five touchdowns senior year.
Defensively, Dottin picked off five passes in 2018 and three more his senior season.
ESPN rated Dottin a four-star recruit. 247Sports and Rivals each had him as a three-star. All three sites had him as a top five player in Connecticut.
Dottin committed to Penn State in June of 2019.
2020: Dottin made his college debut in Penn State’s season finale again Illinois at Beaver Stadium.
2021: Dottin redshirted the 2021 season and played in three games.
Dottin has good height— he’s Penn State’s second tallest receiver behind the 6-foot-4 Meiga— which could make him useful in red zone situations.
It will be challenging for Dottin to make a splash in Penn State’s crowded receivers room, but the potential is there for Dottin to at least progress from his first two seasons.