At the end of the tunnel there might be a light depicting dead time in college football recruiting. According to reports, the NCAA meeting on ending the ban about personal recruitment on campus on May 31st, which would open doors for official visits in June. That would be a big boost for Penn State, which relied heavily on getting state college prospects and struggled when they weren’t able to.
“Where we are, it’s not that we have a number of recruits who live off campus within an hour,” said the Nittany Lions head coach James Franklin said in relation to the impact of this sanction on personal recruitment. “This is a place you need to visit. I firmly believe that my opinion is exactly what you think of when you think of the true university city on a postcard, but it’s one of those things you have to come across and see and appreciate it firsthand. “
Penn State began planning official visits back in March and has put together an impressive list of visitors for the summer. Check out our overview below.