Keep updated on the latest news concerning Penn State sports in today’s Penn State Daily.
Update (9:30 a.m.)—
**Tyler Merrill was in Happy Valley. Merrill (2026) is a four-star 6-foot-5, 310-pound in-state OL from Cumberland Valley in Mechanicsburg. PSU offered him in May. He also has offers from schools such as Iowa State, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State, Pitt, South Carolina, Syracuse, Temple and West Virginia.
— Tyler Merrill (@BigOak2026) September 3, 2023
Update (9:00 a.m.)—
**Maurice L. Williams was at PSU-West Virginia. Williams (2024) is a 6-foot, 194-pound QB from New Jersey’s Orange High School. He has an offer from Temple.
— Maurice L. Williams Jr. (@M1WilliamsJr) September 3, 2023
Update (8:30 a.m.)—
**JaDon Blair was in Happy Valley this weekend. Blair (2025) is a four-star safety from Mount Tabor High School in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Penn State offered him March 25. He also has offers from schools such as Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, LSU, Maryland, Miami, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and West Virginia.
I had an amazing Time In Happy Valley during Game day looking forward to coming back!! @coachjfranklin @Coachpoindexter @djbryant13 @CoachTHowle @tyler_calvaruso @HappyValleyRctg pic.twitter.com/aFqTKuwHoL
— JaDon Blair (@Jadon_Blair2025) September 3, 2023
Update (8:00 a.m.)—
**Da’Ron “Daedae” Barksdale not only visited Penn State for Saturday’s game, but got his picture taken with Saquon Barkley. Barksdale (2026) is a 5-foot-10, 175-pound in-state ATH from Steel Valley High School in the Pittsburgh area. He has offers from Akron, Pitt, Syracuse, Temple, UNLV and West Virginia.
— Da’Ron“Daedae”Barksdale⚡️🧟♂️ (@DaronBarksdale) September 3, 2023
Update (7:30 a.m.)—
**Nathan Bernhard was at the West Virginia game, hanging out with his QB instructor Brad Maendler. Bernhard (2026) is a 6-foot-5, 215-pounder from Ohio’s Ashland High School. A four-star recruit, Bernhard got an offer from Penn State in February. He also has offers from Iowa State and Louisville.
Maendler is best known for his work with a guy named Drew Allar.
— Brad Maendler (@BradMaendler) September 4, 2023
Update (7:00 a.m.)—
**Roman Jensen visited Penn State for this weekend’s season opener against West Virginia. Jensen (2024) is an in-state QB from the Maret School in Lewisberry.
I had a great experience at Penn State University for my game day visit! It was a blast walking out of the tunnel and being on the field for pregame! I would love to be a Nittany Lion! Thank you for the invite @CoachTHowle @Coach_Yurcich pic.twitter.com/w1PmGfFT8z
— Roman Jensen (@RomanJensenQB) September 3, 2023