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Penn State recruiting notes: Visits, a decommit to watch, more as it looks to build the Class of 2019 and beyond

The Penn State universe has been focused on the start of spring practice, NCAA wrestling success, the NIT tournament, and pro day over the last few days.

All have been exciting events, but that doesn't mean that things are quiet on the recruiting front.

It's time to shift the focus back to head coach James Franklin and his staff's work on the trail to help build the program for future success after sending off the former stars on Tuesday, a day after the 2018 edition of the Lions kicked off drills for the first time in the new year.

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Pro Day Highlights Nittany Lion Talent

Penn State’s NFL Scouting Combine performance a few weeks ago was the talk of college football and the Lions’ players were at it again Tuesday in State College, putting on a show for scouts during Penn State’s 2018 Pro Day. Twenty-one former Penn State players were at the Lasch Building and most of them ran, jumped and lifted for NFL teams prepping for the NFL draft in late April.

Saquon Barkley was there, so was Mike Gesicki and the rest of the Lions’ talented player pool. It was an important testing day for the majority of the Lions’ players, notably Marcus Allen, Christian Campbell and DaeSean Hamilton. Here is a look at the top numbers from Tuesday, courtesy of Penn State athletics and GoPSU

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2019 Football Schedule

Date Opponent
Apr. 13 Blue White Game
Aug. 31 Idaho
Sep. 7 Buffalo
Sep. 14 vs Pittsburgh
Sep. 27 at Maryland
Oct. 5 Purdue
Oct. 12 at Iowa
Oct. 19 Michigan
Oct. 26 at Michigan State
Nov. 9 at Minnesota
Nov. 16 Indiana
Nov. 23 at Ohio State
Nov. 30 Rutgers
Dec. 7 Big Ten Championship--> FUTURE SCHEDULES

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