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Stay updated as Penn State rises toward the top of the recruiting rankings! Don’t miss the coverage from  Tyler Donohue , who brings a decade of experience as a national college football reporter and a recruiting department staff member with a Big Ten program. Read his daily notebooks  here  at 7:20 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, and follow us on  Twitter  for the latest Nittany Lions recruiting news.

Penn State coaches continue to log extensive travel miles while visiting and assessing the next wave of high school seniors. The 2018 recruiting cycle wraps up Feb. 7, when James Franklin aims to put the finishing touches on a top-10 class, but substantial focus has been gravitating toward 2019 prospects for several months.

The Nittany Lions were particularly active in that department this past weekend, extending six scholarship offers to high school juniors. Penn State remains concentrated on a nationwide scale, as each new target resided beyond Pennsylvania borders. Only two 2019 in-state prospects carry a Nittany Lions offer, including committed cornerback Keaton Ellis.

These latest efforts seem to reflect the arrival of running backs coach Ju’Juan Seider , as the former Florida Gators assistant has established relationships that undoubtedly played a role in Penn State’s decisions.

“Seider was born and raised in Belle Glade, Fla., and has strong recruiting ties throughout South Florida,” Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country’s Gators recruiting analyst, told Land of 10 on Friday. “He was an assistant coach for four years at West Virginia, his alma mater, and was able to land several prospects from Florida. He should be able to have a similar impact at Penn State, especially with the program’s recent success.”

South Florida is where you’ll find four of these new additions to the Nittany Lions’ 2019 board. The other two attend school in Maryland and Virginia, part of the “DMV” region that has consistently produced key Penn State players.

Stay updated as Penn State rises toward the top of the recruiting rankings! Don’t miss the coverage from  Tyler Donohue , who brings a decade of experience as a national college football reporter and a recruiting department staff member with a Big Ten program. Read his daily notebooks  here  at 7:20 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, and follow us on  Twitter  for the latest Nittany Lions recruiting news.

Penn State coaches continue to log extensive travel miles while visiting and assessing the next wave of high school seniors. The 2018 recruiting cycle wraps up Feb. 7, when James Franklin aims to put the finishing touches on a top-10 class, but substantial focus has been gravitating toward 2019 prospects for several months.

The Nittany Lions were particularly active in that department this past weekend, extending six scholarship offers to high school juniors. Penn State remains concentrated on a nationwide scale, as each new target resided beyond Pennsylvania borders. Only two 2019 in-state prospects carry a Nittany Lions offer, including committed cornerback Keaton Ellis.

These latest efforts seem to reflect the arrival of running backs coach Ju’Juan Seider , as the former Florida Gators assistant has established relationships that undoubtedly played a role in Penn State’s decisions.

“Seider was born and raised in Belle Glade, Fla., and has strong recruiting ties throughout South Florida,” Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country’s Gators recruiting analyst, told Land of 10 on Friday. “He was an assistant coach for four years at West Virginia, his alma mater, and was able to land several prospects from Florida. He should be able to have a similar impact at Penn State, especially with the program’s recent success.”

South Florida is where you’ll find four of these new additions to the Nittany Lions’ 2019 board. The other two attend school in Maryland and Virginia, part of the “DMV” region that has consistently produced key Penn State players.

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Adult Facilities Branchville Correctional Facility
21390 Old State Road 37
Branchville, IN 47514 
(812) 843-5921

Edinburgh Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 470, 23rd & Schoolhouse Road 
Edinburgh, IN 46124
(812) 526-8434

Heritage Trail Correctional Facility
501 W. Main Street
Plainfield, Indiana 46168
(317) 839-7751

Wabash Valley Correctional Facility
6908 S. Old U.S. Highway 41
P.O. Box 500
Carlisle , IN 47838
(812) 398-5050

Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 900, 9310 S. State Road 67 
Pendleton, IN 46064
(765) 778-3778
  Logansport Juvenile Correctional Facility
1118 South State Road 25
Logansport, IN 46947
(574) 753-7571

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Stay updated as Penn State rises toward the top of the recruiting rankings! Don’t miss the coverage from  Tyler Donohue , who brings a decade of experience as a national college football reporter and a recruiting department staff member with a Big Ten program. Read his daily notebooks  here  at 7:20 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, and follow us on  Twitter  for the latest Nittany Lions recruiting news.

Penn State coaches continue to log extensive travel miles while visiting and assessing the next wave of high school seniors. The 2018 recruiting cycle wraps up Feb. 7, when James Franklin aims to put the finishing touches on a top-10 class, but substantial focus has been gravitating toward 2019 prospects for several months.

The Nittany Lions were particularly active in that department this past weekend, extending six scholarship offers to high school juniors. Penn State remains concentrated on a nationwide scale, as each new target resided beyond Pennsylvania borders. Only two 2019 in-state prospects carry a Nittany Lions offer, including committed cornerback Keaton Ellis.

These latest efforts seem to reflect the arrival of running backs coach Ju’Juan Seider , as the former Florida Gators assistant has established relationships that undoubtedly played a role in Penn State’s decisions.

“Seider was born and raised in Belle Glade, Fla., and has strong recruiting ties throughout South Florida,” Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country’s Gators recruiting analyst, told Land of 10 on Friday. “He was an assistant coach for four years at West Virginia, his alma mater, and was able to land several prospects from Florida. He should be able to have a similar impact at Penn State, especially with the program’s recent success.”

South Florida is where you’ll find four of these new additions to the Nittany Lions’ 2019 board. The other two attend school in Maryland and Virginia, part of the “DMV” region that has consistently produced key Penn State players.

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Stay updated as Penn State rises toward the top of the recruiting rankings! Don’t miss the coverage from  Tyler Donohue , who brings a decade of experience as a national college football reporter and a recruiting department staff member with a Big Ten program. Read his daily notebooks  here  at 7:20 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, and follow us on  Twitter  for the latest Nittany Lions recruiting news.

Penn State coaches continue to log extensive travel miles while visiting and assessing the next wave of high school seniors. The 2018 recruiting cycle wraps up Feb. 7, when James Franklin aims to put the finishing touches on a top-10 class, but substantial focus has been gravitating toward 2019 prospects for several months.

The Nittany Lions were particularly active in that department this past weekend, extending six scholarship offers to high school juniors. Penn State remains concentrated on a nationwide scale, as each new target resided beyond Pennsylvania borders. Only two 2019 in-state prospects carry a Nittany Lions offer, including committed cornerback Keaton Ellis.

These latest efforts seem to reflect the arrival of running backs coach Ju’Juan Seider , as the former Florida Gators assistant has established relationships that undoubtedly played a role in Penn State’s decisions.

“Seider was born and raised in Belle Glade, Fla., and has strong recruiting ties throughout South Florida,” Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country’s Gators recruiting analyst, told Land of 10 on Friday. “He was an assistant coach for four years at West Virginia, his alma mater, and was able to land several prospects from Florida. He should be able to have a similar impact at Penn State, especially with the program’s recent success.”

South Florida is where you’ll find four of these new additions to the Nittany Lions’ 2019 board. The other two attend school in Maryland and Virginia, part of the “DMV” region that has consistently produced key Penn State players.

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Adult Facilities Branchville Correctional Facility
21390 Old State Road 37
Branchville, IN 47514 
(812) 843-5921

Edinburgh Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 470, 23rd & Schoolhouse Road 
Edinburgh, IN 46124
(812) 526-8434

Heritage Trail Correctional Facility
501 W. Main Street
Plainfield, Indiana 46168
(317) 839-7751

Wabash Valley Correctional Facility
6908 S. Old U.S. Highway 41
P.O. Box 500
Carlisle , IN 47838
(812) 398-5050

Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 900, 9310 S. State Road 67 
Pendleton, IN 46064
(765) 778-3778
  Logansport Juvenile Correctional Facility
1118 South State Road 25
Logansport, IN 46947
(574) 753-7571


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