Penn State Football still has another month of work before the 2023 class is officially in the books
Penn State Football signed 22 recruits during the early signing period, but there’s still a chance to fill some holes in the class.
National Signing Day isn’t until Feb. 1, giving the Nittany Lions some time to fill out the class as best as possible.
The 22 recruits that were signed make up the No. 14 recruiting class in the nation. It is a strong class, but not at the level the 2022 one was. Part of that has to do with the fact that a lot of schools that didn’t recruit well in 2022 did in 2023.
At the end of the day, the class still had 15 blue-chip recruits. That’s only one less than the 2022 class had. James Franklin and his staff are starting to stack talent.
The Nittany Lions did lose a commit during the early signing period in Conrad Hussey. While Penn State doesn’t have to necessarily replace him, it now has the option to do so.
Along with replacing Hussey, there are a few other things the Nittany Lions may try to do before the cycle officially comes to a close. Let’s take a look at what those things may be.