ESPN released it’s list of top 150 high school players in the country today and Penn State is pretty well-represented.
Headlining the list is future QB Christian Hackenberg, who is rated as the 11th best player overall and the top “pro style” quarterback in the nation. Christian received an 84 rating.
Joining Christian, and ranked 39th overall, is future Penn Stater Adam Breneman. Adam is listed as the 2nd best tight end in the nation and garnered an 82 rating.
The final Penn State verbal commit on the list is DT Greg Webb, listed as the 123rd player, overall. Greg was given an 80 rating by ESPN.
All three of the prospects listed in the ESPN 150 are rated as 4 stars. Also earning 4 stars were recruits Brendan Mahon (80), Ross Douglas (79) and Garrett Sickels (79).
Penn State is in the mix, if not leading, for several other players on the list of 150. Among them are Robert Foster (23), Dorian Johnson (26), Kendall Fuller (27), Alex Anzalone (65), David Williams (118) and Tyler Boyd (144).
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