Penn State has officially landed two talented offensive line recruits in four-star tackles Sterling Jenkins and Paris Palmer, who both signed paperwork to make their commitments official. Palmer, a four-star junior college recruit from Lackawanna College, signed his letter of intent on Dec. 17, while Jenkins, a four-star talent from Baldwin High School signed a financial aid agreement on Dec. 22.
Jenkins and Palmer will enroll at Penn State in January, affording them early time in the weight room and at spring practice. Both players stand at 6-8 and 300-plus pounds and represent potential impact players at arguably the Nittany Lions’ biggest position of need.
Ross Tucker, Dustin Hockensmith and Andrew P. Shay talked about both players, their futures at Penn State and more recruiting news in this week’s Keystone Sports Network podcast.
Download KSN Podcast: Penn State recruiting: Breaking down Paris Palmer, Sterling Jenkins