Pennn State prospects ready to impress, recruit at All-America Game

Pennn State prospects ready to impress, recruit at All-America Game

ORLANDO, Fla. — Penn State prospects were among dozens of premier 2018 recruits who arrived Saturday in Florida for the annual Under Armour All-Americ

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Penn State prospects were among dozens of premier 2018 recruits who arrived Saturday in Florida for the annual Under Armour All-America Game. The Nittany Lions are well-represented leading up to a 6 p.m. Thursday kickoff broadcast nationally on ESPN2.

Defensive tackle PJ Mustipher, running back Ricky Slade, and receivers Justin Shorter and Shaquon Anderson-Butts are present in the Sunshine State. They took part in the All-America Game media day Saturday, expressing excitement about upcoming opportunity. “I’ve been told and I’ve seen [on TV] that it’s a great experience,” Slade said. “Former [prospects] who came through here and play at Penn State now told me to definitely do it.

I always wanted to do it anyway, I wanted to try it out, and I’m loving it so far.” Aside from Anderson-Butts, each member of this group sent in their letters of intent to Penn State during the early signing period.

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