Today’s Penn State news touches on everything from recruiting to outlooks for the 2014 season. Sports Illustrated takes a look at how head coach James Franklin has set the stage for the future with his 2015 recruiting class. As for Franklin, his style doesn’t seem to be making many friends among other college football coaches.
Despite the feelings of others, he’s building future teams at Penn State and just offered a 2016 wide receiver. Elsewhere, wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton is previewed in a continuing series. Finally, college football expert Phil Steele feels the Nittany Lions have one of the least experienced offensive lines in all of the nation.
Penn State Football Player Preview: Wide Receiver DaeSean Hamilton (Lance- Victory Bell Rings)
Penn State’s Franklin not making friends in coaching fraternity (Heiser- York Dispatch)
Early satellite camp dividends: Penn State offers scholarship to 2016 WR Tre Nixon (Hockensmith- PennLive)
Penn State returns the second-least experienced offensive line in the country, Phil Steele says (Hockensmith- PennLive)
Penn State on Twitter:
We’re going to need a bigger fridge to hang up these grade reports…46 players earned a 3.0 GPA or higher in Spring 2014. #PSUnrivaled
— Penn State Football (@PennStateFball) June 18, 2014
— Sean Fitz (@seanfitz247) June 18, 2014