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2023 3-Star ATH Zion Tracy Receives Official PSU Offer

Photo courtesy of Zion Tracy’s Twitter account

Three-star 2023 wide receiver and defensive back Zion Tracy (5-foot-11, 180-pounds) has received an official offer from Penn State football, he tweeted out earlier today. Tracy is not rated on Rivals but is a three-star recruit for On3 and 247Sports.

Tracy spoke with Joe Smeltzer of Nittany Sports Now a few weeks ago. He’s scheduled an official visit to Penn State for this weekend and will be traveling to State College from St. Thomas More Prep in Oakdale, Connecticut.

“I like that they’re Big Ten,” said Taylor in that interview when asked about Penn State. “Their culture with the teammates is great… before they even offered me, they were talking to me like I’m one of their kids already.”

Taylor has nine offers to chose from in Buffalo, Connecticut, Maine, Marshall, Massachusetts, Penn State, Rutgers, Temple and Syracuse. In addition to his visit scheduled with Penn State, he has an official visit scheduled for October 28 with Syracuse.

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