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New crystal ball favors Penn State to land four-star wide receiver

The Nittany Lions are the new favorites to land a four-star 2024 wide receiver.



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Nov 27, 2021; East Lansing, Michigan, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions wide receiver Jahan Dotson (5) walks off the field during halftime against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

To finish last week, the Nittany Lions landed one of their top 2024 recruiting targets: Quinton Martin, a four-star in-state athlete and No. 1 ranked player in Pennsylvania. To kick off a new week, a recent Penn State football crystal ball has been placed — the Nittany Lions are now favored to land four-star wide receiver Dae’vonn Hall of Bellevue, NE.

New 2024 Penn State football crystal ball has been placed for four-star wide receiver

On Saturday, Penn State football landed a 247 Sports crystal ball to lock down Dae’vonn Hall, a four-star wide receiver in the 2024 recruiting class. Hall is one of the more touted receivers in the class and is currently being heavily pursued by the new Nebraska coaching staff.

Oklahoma insider Parker Thune placed Penn State’s new crystal ball; unlike Nebraska’s crystal ball (which was placed nearly a year ago), this new prediction for Hall to commit to Penn State comes from someone with no horse in the race.

Dae’vonn Hall is ranked as the No. 50 wide receiver in the 2024 recruiting class and is the No. 2 player in Nebraska according to the 247 Sports rankings. He had a recent visit (in mid-March) with Penn State football, which could have played a significant role in placing this new crystal ball.

Penn State’s 2024 class is in good shape

James Franklin and his squad are getting red hot on the 2024 recruiting trail and have landed a few of their top prospects over the past few weeks. Additionally, Penn State football recently received a few predictions to land ESPN five-star quarterback Michael Van Buren over the summer; needless to say, adding Van Buren would be massive for Penn State.

Still, even without its top quarterback target, Penn State’s 2024 recruiting class ranks No. 9 in the nation and No. 3 in the Big Ten — the Nittany Lions have some work to do to catch up with the two Big Ten frontrunners right now: Michigan (2) and Ohio State (4).

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