Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Nittany Notebook

Nittany Sports Now Daily Notebook – Sept. 5

Keep updated on news on news concerning Penn State sports and news within the Big Ten Conference in the Nittany Sports Now Notebook.

Update (7:48 p.m.)-

**Middletown receiver BJ Garrett (2026) will also be at Saturday’s game.

Update (7:21 p.m.)-

**Pons (2024) is a 6-foot-1, 185 pound ATH from Norwin High School near Pittsburgh. He has offers from Bowling Green, Mississippi State and Toledo.

Update (7:03 p.m.)-

**Middletown running Makai Walker (2026) will also be in Beaver Stadium Saturday.

Update (6:56 p.m.)-

**Troyer (2024), is Middletown’s quarterback. He attended Penn State’s White Out camp this past summer and will be attending Penn State-Ohio Saturday.

Update (6:49 p.m.)-

**Graham, (2024) is one of five Middletown (DE) players who will be in attendance for the Penn State-Ohio Game. He’s a 6-foot-3, 245-pound defensive end.

Update (6:12 p.m.)-

**Michael Carroll (2025) will be at Penn State for this weekend’s home opener against Ohio. Carroll, a 6-foot-5, 300-pounder from LaSalle College High School in Glensdale, Pennsylvania, has an offer from Temple.

Update (6:00 p.m.)-

**Penn State is the first DI school to offer David Davis, a freshman DB/RB from Imani Christian Academy in Pittsburgh.

Update (3:53 p.m.)-

**Davis (2024) is a three-star safety from Middletown High School in Delaware.

Update (3:39 p.m.)-

**Penn State offered another four-star Class of 2024 corner from Ohio, Terhyon Nichols (6-feet, 180 pounds.)

Nicholas, a product of Withrow University High School in Cincinnati, also has offers from schools such as Boston College, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Michigan State, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Pitt, Tennessee and West Virginia.

Update (2:58 p.m.)

**Penn State football has extended an offer to Aaron Scott Jr. (2024), a four-star cornerback from Springfield High School in Ohio.

Scott (6-foot-1, 165 pounds) also has offers from schools such as Boston College, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Pitt, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and West Virginia.

Update (10:12 a.m.)-

**Elijah Jones (2024), will be visiting Penn State for this weekend’s game against Ohio, he tells Nittany Sports Now. Jones is a 5-foot-11, 185-pound receiver from St. Joseph’s Prep in Philly.

Updated (9:00 a.m.) –

**Four-star Penn State 2023 tight end commit Mathias Barnwell (6-foot-6, 250-pounds) will be visiting Penn State this upcoming weekend for its home opener against Ohio.

Barnwell was the first player to commit for Penn State’s class of 2023, but he later de-committed and re-committed to the school. He chose Penn State over offers from 30+ other programs.

Written By

Get NSN in your Inbox

Enter your email address to get notifications of new posts by email.

More from Nittany Sports Now

PSU Football

0 Penn State didn’t lo great in its 17-7 win over Northwestern this past Saturday. Nonetheless, it moved up on the latest AP poll...

PSU Football

0 Here are some positives and negatives from Penn State’s ugly, rain-soaked 17-7 win over Northwestern at Beaver Stadium Saturday, Oct. 1. THE POSITIVES No....

PSU Football

0 In a sloppy, rainy, turnover-filled game with a lot of penalties on both sides, Penn State managed to survive and avoid the upset...

PSU Football

0 At 3:00 a.m. Saturday, Dish and Sling TV providers dropped a bombshell: They will no longer carry Disney channels, including ESPN. No. 11...

Get Nittany Sports Now in your inbox

Sign-up for email updates and get the whole story first from the Nittany Sports Now team, delivered straight to your inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.