Penn State is pushing forward in its 2016 recruiting class with three high-profile commitments already in place in five-star defensive end Shane Simmons, four-star running back Miles Sanders and four-star quarterback Jake Zembiec. That trio has laid the foundation for another nationally elite class if coach James Franklin can continue to build momentum after National Signing Day next month.
One of the Nittany Lions’ top remaining targets is Exeter Township High School offensive tackle Michal Menet, the No. 1 player in Pennsylvania and a decorated two-way lineman with off-the-charts athleticism. Menet is accumulating offers at a rapid rate and considers Penn State, Michigan State, Ohio State, Duke and Florida State as his top five schools.
Menet joined Ross Tucker and Dustin Hockensmith on this week’s Keystone Sports Network podcast to talk about his decision timeline, his priorities in a school and plenty more. Check out audio from the show in this post and get plenty more podcasts and analysis on KeystoneSportsNetwork.com and by following @KSNSportsNet on Twitter.