Keep updated on the latest news concerning Penn State sports in today’s Penn State Daily.
Update (3:24 p.m.)—
**Donovan Harbour has his official scholarship offer. Harbour, a four-star Class of 2024 offensive lineman from Catholic Memorial High School in Waukesha, Wisconsin, announced his commitment to Penn State football Tuesday, April 18, a big recruiting get. Harbour, who’s listed by 247Sports at 6-foot-3 and 310 pounds, is the No. 1 player from Wisconsin in his class and the No. 8 interior offensive lineman in the country according to 247’s composite ratings. He released his top seven New Year’s Eve, which also featured Florida, Ohio State, Tennessee, Oregon, Michigan and Wisconsin in addition to Penn State. Over the past few days leading up to his commitment, Penn State emerged as the strong favorite, with four “crystal ball” projections from 247 pegging Harbour to Penn State in the wake of the Blue-White Game April 15.
— Donovan “7D9” Harbour (@donovan_harbour) August 1, 2023
Update (3:18 p.m.)—
**Penn State has extended an official scholarship offer to ‘24 commit Cooper Cousins. Cousins, a 6-foot-5, 305-pound hoss from McDowell High School in PA, was the first player to commit to the Penn State football ‘24 recruiting class. He did so in January 2022. For almost a year, he was the only one. Cousins, a four-star, is Penn State’s third-highest rated commit behind Martin and Harbour, following a solid ‘23 OL class headed by high-end four-stars J’ven Williams and Alex Birchmeier.
— Cooper Cousins (@cousins_cooper) August 1, 2023