Class of 2024 four-star cornerback Kenneth Woseley Jr. has Penn State in his top four schools, he announced Friday evening.
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— kenny woseley II (@kwoseley35) February 24, 2023
Penn State is in the running along fellow Big Ten schools Michigan, Nebraska, and Rutgers for Woseley (5-foot-11, 170-pounds). Woseley is the No. 8 player in Pennsylvania, the No. 31 cornerback nationally and the No. 341 overall player, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.
All of the major recruiting sites have him have Penn State as the heavy favorite to land Woseley.
Woseley visited Penn State Jan. 23 for its Junior Day. He received an offer from PSU after attending a summer camp in June 2021.
Woseley is a versatile corner who can play center field, outside boundary and in the slot. He’s an aggressive cornerback. He isn’t afraid to make open field tackles. He’s at keeping contain and disrupting receivers out of their routes by playing with good leverage and footwork. He’s played with several talented players, especially in the secondary at Imhotep. Woseley got on the field early for his high school team.
Penn State and cornerbacks coach Terry Smith is now gaining even more traction in recruiting defensive backs, with Joey Porter Jr. most likely becoming a first-round pick in April’s draft. If that happens it would be the first time in program history that a corner has gone in the first round. Kalen King, who just finished his second season at Penn State, is a corner to watch for the 2024 Draft.
If Woseley were to commit to PSU, he would join four-star offensive tackle Cooper Cousins from McDowell High School and linebacker Anthony Speca from Pittsburgh Central Catholic in its 2024 recruiting class.