Keep updated on the latest news concerning Penn State sports in today’s Penn State Daily.
Update (12:57 p.m.)— **Brendan Alexander will be at the White Out. Alexander (2026) is a 6-foot-4, 270-pound lineman from Central Valley High School in the Pittsburgh Area. PSU offered him earlier this month. PSU associate head coach Terry Smith— who is a Pittsburgh guy that played and coached at Monroeville’s Gateway High School before doing both at PSU — called Alexander with good news.
He also has an offer from Central Michigan. Nittany Sports Now caught up with Alexander after his offer, and he told NSN he planned on coming to Happy Valley for the White Out.
Alexander told NSN “Of course I was a Penn State fan” growing up.
“I was one of those dudes that loved Penn State,” Alexander said. “I loved watching them, loved watching the White Out, just the atmosphere of it. Even watching the TV at home, I just felt the atmosphere.”
Now, he’ll be there in person.
— Brendan Alexander (@BrendanAlex50) September 20, 2023
Update (8:00 a.m.)— **Braswell Thomas will be at PSU this weekend. Thomas (2025) is a three-star receiver from Lower Cape May Regional High School in Cape May, New Jersey. PSU offered him in March. He also has offers from Georgia, Maryland, Pitt, Rutgers, Syracuse, Tennessee, UConn and Virginia Tech.
Very Blessed and Excited to be able to attend Penn State White out games this weekend!!🙏🏾 @CoachAhmadPSU @coachjfranklin @CoachTrautFB @coachlbailey @lcmrfootball @ColinThompsonTU pic.twitter.com/Q17muocLtY
— Braswell Thomas (@Braswell1Thomas) September 20, 2023
Update (7:30 a.m.)— **Emmanuel Dyson will be at the White Out. Dyson (2025) is a 6-foot-2, 192-pound receiver from Maryland’s famous DeMatha Catholic High School. He has offers from Charlotte, Maryland, Temple, USF and Virginia Tech.
I will be at Penn state this weekend for the white out game! 💙🤍 pic.twitter.com/RY9P6gZbtU
— Emmanuel (hundo) Dyson (@15hundooo) September 18, 2023
Update (7:00 a.m.)— **Elijah Dotson will be at Penn State for Saturday’s White Out game against Iowa. Dotson (2025) is a three-star receiver from Michigan’s University of Detroit Jesuit High School.
Penn State offered him in March. He also has offers from Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Kansas, Louisville, Michigan, Pitt, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
— Elijah Dotson (@ElijahDotson06) September 19, 2023