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Long List Of Recruits Visiting Penn State For Home Opener vs. Ohio U.

James Franklin and Penn State will take on Ohio U. this Saturday in the 2022 home opener for the Nittany Lions.

Penn State is coming off a close 35-31 win over Purdue and are heavy favorites to run their record to 2-0 as Vegas has them as 25.5-point favorites this Saturday.

As you’d expect, the Penn State staff has lined up a big group of recruits that will be attending the opener at Beaver Stadium. Here are the names that Nittany Sports Now has confirmed that plan on attending.

VISITORS FOR PENN STATE’S SEASON OPENER VS. OHIO UNIVERSITY

Dylan Stewart– 2024 4-star DE from Washington D.C.    (Holds Penn State offer).
Jeff Exinor Jr.- 2025 offensive tackle from Owings Mills, Maryland (Holds Penn State offer).
Michael Van Buren– 2024 4-star QB from Baltimore, Maryland (Holds Penn State offer).
Dejuan Williams- 2024 4-star running back from Baltimore, Maryland (Holds Penn State offer).
Maurice Medley- 2026 outside linebacker from Baltimore, Maryland (Holds Penn State offer).
Andrew Erby Jr.– 2024 OL from Steelton, Pennsylvania.
Alex Erby 2024 QB from Steelton, Pennsylvania.
Jared Porter– 2025 cornerback from Harrisburg, Pennslyvania.
Gabriel Williams– 2024 4-star linebacker from Baltimore, Maryland (Holds Penn State offer).
Dominic Nichols- 2024 4-star defensive end from Ijamsville, Maryland (Holds Penn State offer).
Nathaniel Owusu-Boateng- 2025 linebacker from Hyattsville, Maryland (Holds Penn State offer).
Trent Wilson– 2025 defensive lineman from Washington DC. (Holds Penn State offer).
DD Holmes– 2024 4-star defensive lineman from Washington DC (Holds Penn State offer).
Joey Palko– 2023 defensive end from Pottsville, Pennsylvania.
Dyrell Howard-Dolson– 2023 athlete from Niagara Falls, New York.
Jerrae Hawkins– 2024 4-star wide receiver from Wheeling, West Virginia (Holds Penn State offer).
Jonathan Pennix- 2023 3-star cornerback from Appomattox, Virginia.
David Washington, Jr.– 2024 wide receiver from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Holds Penn State offer).
Anthony Sacca– 2025 linebacker from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Holds Penn State offer).
Brandon Rehmann– 2024 wide receiver from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Holds Penn State offer).
Alex Birchmeier– 2023 4-star OL from Virginia (Penn State 2024 commit).
Tony Rojas– 2023 4-star LB from Fairfax, Virginia (Penn State 2023 commit).
Anthony Donkoh– 2023 3-star OL from Aldie, Virginia (Penn State 2023 commit).
Mega Barnwell- 2023 4-star TE from Fredericksburg, Virginia (Penn State 2023 commit).
Kahseim Phillips– 2024 running back from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Samaj Jones– 2024 3-star quarterback from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Holds Penn State offer).
Elijah Jones– 2024 wide receiver from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Koren Robinson- 2024 defensive lineman from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Jakivion Calip– 2023 running back from Columbus, Ohio (Central Michigan commit).
Jackson Pons– 2024 athlete from Norwin, Pennsylvania.
Zach Tomosovich– 2024 offensive tackle from Penn-Trafford HS.
Ronnell Davis– 2024 defensive back from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Ta’Ron Haile- 2024 3-star wide receiver from Millville, New Jersey (Holds Penn State offer).
Jacob Zamot- 2024 quarterback from Millville, New Jersey.
Khari Reid– 2024 cornerback from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Holds Penn State offer).
Deshon Dodson- 2024 4-star defensive lineman from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Holds Penn State offer).
Lotzeir Brooks- 2024 4-star wide receiver from Millville, New Jersey (Holds Penn State offer).
Aiden Black– 2024 3-star TE from Milford, Pennsylvania.
Zion Tracy– 2023 cornerback from Oakdale, Connecticut (Holds Penn State offer).
Luca Ramsey- 2024 3-star linebacker from Ramsey, New Jersey.
Cam Richardson– 2024 safety from Jersey City, New Jersey (Holds Penn State offer).
Cooper Cousins– 2024 4-star offensive tackle from Erie, Pennsylvania (Holds Penn State offer).
Ryan Cory- 2024 offensive lineman from Pine-Richland HS.
Julian Dugger– 2024 athlete from Penn Hills HS.
Kahmir Prescott– 2024 safety from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Holds Penn State offer).
Michael Carroll– 2025 offensive lineman from Glenside, Pennsylvania.
Jabree Wallace-Coleman– 2025 wide receiver from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Currently committed to Georgia).
Jaquon Reynolds- 2024 running back from Gateway High School.
Ryan Howard- 2024 offensive tackle from Downington, Pennsylvania.
Korey Wyatt- 2024 defensive back from Cheltenham, Pennsylvania (Holds Penn State offer).
Tre McLeod– 2024 4-star running back from Cheltenham, Pennsylvania (Holds Penn State offer).
David Macon– 2024 cornerback from Cheltenham, Pennsylvania.
Peter Gonzalez- 2024 3-star wide receiver from Central Catholic HS (Holds Penn State offer).
Ta’Mere Robinson– 2023 4-star linebacker from Brashear High School (Penn State 2023 commit).
Tiqwai Hayes– 2025 running back from Aliquippa High School (Holds Penn State offer).
Cameron Lindsey- 2024 4-star linebacker from Aliquippa High School (Holds Penn State offer).
Joey Schlaffer- 2023 3-star tight end from Exeter, Pennsylvania. (Penn State 2023 commit).

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