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Penn State football lands sought after in-state prospect

The Nittany Lions’ 2024 class keeps getting better and better.



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Nov 5, 2022; Bloomington, Indiana, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions cornerbacks Joey Porter Jr. (9) and Kalen King (4) celebrate after forcing a turnover during the second half at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Goddin-USA TODAY Sports

On Friday afternoon, the Nittany Lions received some massive news on the recruiting trail. Four-star in-state prospect Kenney Woseley announced that he will be heading to State College to start his college career — this is massive news for the Penn State football team in the 2024 class.

Penn State football: meet the newest commit

Kenny Woseley’s commitment came as no surprise seeing as he has been a Penn State football lean for quite some time now; however, it is nice to see head coach James Franklin sealing the deal so soon with Woseley. Woseley was primarily recruited by Penn State coach Terry Smith, and visited four times with the Nittany Lions over the past two years.

Woseley is ranked the No. 178 player in the nation, No. 6 player in Pennsylvania, and No. 21 cornerback — he is a huge addition to Penn State’s 2024 cycle, which is already shaping up to be a special class.

What do the analysts have to say?

Here is what Adam Friedman of the Rivals Network has to say about Woseley’s commitment to Penn State football:

“Woseley joins linebacker Kari Jackson as the second player to commit to Penn State this week. The Nittany Lions are building some impressive momentum on the recruiting trail as we head into the first big visit weekend of the spring. Woseley has plenty of connections to the current Penn State roster but he also can help recruit some other big-time prospects from Philadelphia. Penn State has dozens of targets in the southeast corner of the state and Woseley is close with many of them.

On the field, Woseley should provide reinforcements to an already very solid secondary. He has good size and length, which allows him to match up with receivers of all sizes. Woseley has plenty of quickness and does a really nice job of breaking on passes in front of him. His instincts and anticipation skills put him in position to make quarterbacks think twice about throwing to his side of the field and he’s shown the ability to make a lot of plays on the ball if they do throw it his way. Woseley may not have elite long speed but he has good footwork and understands how to play physically with receivers.”

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