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He's the second prospect in recent years to commit to Penn State after previously playing for both Gateway and Lackawanna, joining former Nittany Lions' defensive tackle Brenon Thrift, who transferred to West Virginia last offseason. The Nittany Lions defeated Pitt last season, 33-14, at Beaver Stadium behind two touchdowns each by Mike Gesicki and Saquon Barkley. The Lions are 51-43-4 all-time against the Panthers, including a 33-14 victory previous year in Happy Valley.
Penn State returns 13 starters (8 offensive, 3 defensive, 2 specialists) and 26 additional lettermen.
For the first time since 2014, the Nittany Lions have the nation's top-ranked recruiting class, according to FloWrestling and InterMat.
More than 6,300 new season tickets have been sold for the 2018 season presented by PSECU.