Penn State football has secured a significant official visit as they prepare to host Josiah Brown from June 16-18. This visit holds great importance for the program, serving as a crucial test. Penn State’s recent recruiting endeavors have yielded positive results, resulting in the Nittany Lions boasting the No. 6 class nationally.
However, Penn State has yet to secure a commitment from a wide receiver. Given that PSU is currently listed among Brown’s top 3 choices, according to the RPM (Recruit Prediction Machine), this visit could potentially play a pivotal role in his decision-making process, especially given the Lions’ competition for his commitment.
Penn State football to host four-star wideout Josiah Brown on official visit
Penn State football is actively pursuing a highly sought-after wide receiver for their 2024 recruiting class, a position of utmost importance for the team to remain competitive with the likes of Michigan and Ohio State in recruiting.
Josiah Brown emerges as one of the top wide receiver targets in the current market, earning a four-star rating from three out of the four major recruiting services. Only the Rivals Network rates him as a three-star prospect.
According to On3’s Industry Rankings, Brown is recognized as a four-star wide receiver and holds impressive rankings, standing as the No. 220 recruit nationally, the No. 10 athlete in his class, and the top recruit in the state of New York.
Based on the insights provided by the Recruiting Prediction Machine, Penn State football is considered one of the top two contenders for Brown’s commitment. Presently, Rutgers holds the top position, making this upcoming visit even more enticing for Penn State.
By making a strong and comprehensive effort in recruiting Brown next month, the Lions have a strong chance to surpass Rutgers and secure the commitment of this highly sought-after four-star prospect.
The initial step toward securing Brown’s commitment is to get him on campus for a visit, and Penn State football is currently heading in the right direction on his recruitment trail.
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