Penn State Recruiting Update 10/23 (OSU Visitor List)

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Penn State will host Ohio State this weekend in what may determine the best team in the Big Ten. Also, it may very well be the biggest day in the history of recruiting for the Nittany Lions. Sound dramatic? It’s not. We’ll get back to that in a bit. Let’s touch on some new things and recap some old, then we’ll take a look at the list of visitors for this weekend.

As always, click on a players name to see his film or previous stories!

As we told you not long ago, Penn State has offered JuCo RB Aaron Wimberly of Iowa Western CC. Aaron will be visiting Happy Valley for the Indiana game in mid-November.

Penn State offered 2014 OL Andrew Mike.

Penn State offered 2014 DL Ricky Walker, who has a visit set up for this weekend.

2013 Oklahoma DT Zach Webb plans on visiting for the Wisconsin game.

Penn State offered a top 2014 linebacker, Troy Reeder.

LB Johnathan Walton will not be making the trip this weekend. He said that he has talked it over with the coaches and will take his official in December, when he can stay the weekend. He did say, though, that he will “most definitely” be watching from home, adding “can’t miss this one!”

LB Zayd Issah suffered a recent injury and is unsure if he’ll be able to make the trip to Penn State this weekend.

LB Buddy Brown was hoping to make the trip on Saturday but will not be able to.

Most of the 2013 committed class will be on hand Saturday, with a few exceptions. Garrett Sickels and Brendan Mahon both have games. Curtis Cothran has homecoming and Neiko Robinson wont be coming for other reasons. The staff wants him to come in December, probably for some more individual time, but Neiko is uneasy about that. “I want to see a game so I get the feel of how it will be to play there.” He added “If I don’t, that’s kind of going to effect my decision.” However, he added that he does remain committed and will be watching the game on television Saturday.

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