Over the past week, NittanyNation has taken a glance at different positions and their outlook for next season. Who: Stephen Obeng-Agyapong and Malcolm Willis both return as starters and rising redshirt seniors.
about 1653 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Heading into next season, NittanyNation takes a closer look at holes left by departing Penn State players and the candidates who might fill them. CORNERBACK Who: Stephon Morris was -- by far -- the most experienced player in the secondary in 2012, and his leadership will be missed.
about 1662 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions
The defensive players in Penn State's 2012 recruiting class are not the most heralded the Nittany Lions have ever snagged. But defense has been a strength of Penn State since before some of these recruits' parents were born -- and that's not expected to change.
about 1802 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions
During the last few years of his 45-year tenure as Nittany Lions coach, Joe Paterno left most of the recruiting duties to his assistant coaches. But that still didn't stop him from making an impact on the class of 2012 prospects.
about 2007 days ago | Jared Shanker | On The Trail: East Region
UPDATE: A majority of the 16 players committed to Penn State for the class of 2012 following Joe Paterno's firing said Wednesday night they will take a wait-and-see approach. "It's a sad day for the PSU Nation," three-star outside linebacker and Nittany Lion commit Nyeem Wartman of Archbald (Pa.
about 2081 days ago | Jared Shanker | On The Trail: Midwest Region
Two-star defensive back Jake Kiley (Plymouth, N.H./New Hampton School) has no immediate plans to decommit from Penn State despite the sex-abuse scandal involving former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, according his father Ed Kiley.
about 2081 days ago | Roger Brown | On The Trail: East Region