The first official visit weekend of the month of June is here for Penn State Football.
There will be plenty of big names on campus this weekend.
For many of them, this will be their last look at Penn State before making a decision.
Here are the top prospects visiting Penn State Football
5) 4-star WR Jaylan Hornsby
Penn State Football does not have a wide receiver commit yet, so the Nittany Lions are casting a wide net at the position. One of the top targets, Jaylan Hornsby, will make his way to campus this weekend.
The 4-star is listed at 6-foot-2 and 195 pounds and holds offers from the likes of Michigan, Notre Dame, Oregon, Texas A&M and Wisconsin.
4) 4-star DE Jaylen Harvey
Penn State Football will have one of its long-time targets on campus this weekend in Jaylen Harvey.
The 4-star from Maryland has been perceived as a Penn State lean for a year now, but hasn’t pulled the trigger yet. Maybe that happens over the weekend, but at the very least the staff will make it difficult for Harvey to hold off for much longer.
3) 4-star LB Chris Cole
One of the hottest names out there right now in the 2024 cycle is Chris Cole.
The 4-star linebacker from Virginia recently received a massive rating bump from 247 Sports that saw him rise nearly 900 spots. Cole has a loaded offer sheet that includes Alabama, Georgia, Miami, Auburn, Notre Dame, Florida, Florida State and others.
This will not be an easy pull, but Manny Diaz will give his all this weekend.
2) 4-star WR Chance Robinson
Speaking of top target receivers, Miami commit Chance Robinson will make the trip up to Happy Valley this weekend.
Despite his commitment to Miami, Robinson was pretty public about his trip to Penn State, tweeting out a graphic announcing the visit.
This would be a massive flip for new wide receivers coach Marques Hagans. This weekend will be Hagans’ chance to start his tenure with a bang.
1) 4-star ATH Liam Andrews
One of Penn State’s top overall targets in the cycle, Liam Andrews, tweeted that he will be on campus for an official visit this weekend.
The jumbo athlete can play either side of the line and the Nittany Lions may not have much of a preference as to which side the Massachusetts standout wants to play. This would be a massive addition to the class