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Penn State Receives In-State Walk-on Commitment

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Penn State has received a walk-on commitment from an in-state Class of 2024 prospect.

It’s Aaron Enterline, a 6-foot-3, 180-pound WR/DB from  Manheim Central High School in Manheim, which is roughly two hours from State College.

He visited Penn State in January and PSU extended him a PWO offer the previous month.

Another Manheim Central star, Graham Zug, came to Penn State as a walk-on in 2006, and went onto have a solid career at PSU. His best season was in 2009, when he caught 46 passes for 600 yards and a touchdown.

Zug reached out to Enterline late last year, and Mike Gross of the LancasterOnline reached out to Zug.

“Keep on making it harder for the next person,” Zug told Gross about his conversation with Enterline. “I’d love to catch up with them (Enterline and Manheim Central QB Zac Hahn) sometimes when they have some free time.’’

Enterline finished his senior season with 80 catches for 1,500 yards and 25 touchdowns.



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