While Penn State could potential send two of its all-time greats, Kerry Collins and Steve Wisniewski, to the College Football Hall of Fame, the program continues to look ahead to its 2016 recruiting class. That group grew by one with the commitment of Michal Menet and got recognition from Rivals and ESPN over the course of the last week. Miles Sanders (No. 55), Shane Simmons (No. 64) and Menet (No. 85) all cracked all the Rivals100, while Sanders and Simmons were called “three-and-out candidates” by ESPN’s Tom Luginbill.
Looking ahead, the Nittany Lions are still in the hunt for a number of the region’s top prospects, including Pittsburgh Central Catholic defensive back Damar Hamlin, who named Penn State in his top 10 schools this week. While Ohio State looks like the team to beat for Hamlin, coach James Franklin still has time to make up ground.
Bob Flounders, Andrew P. Shay and Dustin Hockensmith took a look at those subjects and plenty more in a segment for the Keystone Sports Network this week. Check out audio from that show in this post and be sure to submit questions for next week via email (email@example.com), Twitter (@KSNSportsNet) or by simply using the comments section below.