Five PSU Recruits That Will Make An Immediate Impact

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Oct 27, 2012; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions fan cheers during the fourth quarter against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Beaver Stadium. Ohio State defeated Penn State 35-23. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

ANTHONY SMITH

Smith is one of the seven early enrollees that has already gotten a head start on his Penn State career. He most recently spent a post-grad year at Valley Forge Military Academy, where he also spent some time playing quarterback. Smith is listed as a defensive back and will most likely play cornerback. Even though it’s too early to tell, Adrian Amos and Da’Quan Davis seem like the projected starters, but Smith could see similar playing time that Davis saw in 2012. Even though Penn State’s secondary is deeper coming into the 2013 season as opposed to 2012, Smith’s time at Valley Forge and early enrollment could pay off as a freshman. Smith has great size at 6-1, 185 and many recruiting analysts felt he went under the radar during the recruiting process.

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