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2018 Schedule
11-2, 2nd in Big Ten - East
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5d

ESPN 300 RB Ford commits to Penn State

ESPN 300 running back Devyn Ford has committed to Penn State, announcing his decision to be a member of the 2019 recruiting class on Friday when he unzipped his jacket to reveal a Nittany Lions T-shirt.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

TE Mike Gesicki can be a matchup player in the passing game for the Dolphins. Think of Gesicki flexed out from the formation to use that 6-foot-5 frame and 4.5 speed to beat linebackers or safeties in coverage. Ball skills and body control to make plays.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Saquon Barkley brings upper-tier versatility and big play speed to the Giants offense. At 6-foot, 233 pounds with 4.40 speed, Barkley can handle high-volume touches in the run game and create matchups as a receiver out of the backfield.

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27dJordan Raanan

Giants prioritize run game by picking Barkley

The New York Giants added another weapon to their offense with the selection of Penn State running back Saquon Barkley with the No. 2 overall pick.

29d

RB Barkley, girlfriend, welcome baby girl

Running back Saquon Barkley, expected to be a top-five selection in Thursday's NFL draft, welcomed on Tuesday the birth of his first child with girlfriend Anna Congdon. Barkley posted photos of daughter Jada Clare Barkley via Instagram.

Prospect Profile: Grant Haley (0:36)
Key crashes Penn State press conference (0:52)
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32d

QB McSorley still confident in PSU's offense

Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley spent the past month reminding his teammates on the offensive side of the ball that they still have plenty to prove following the departures of running back Saquon Barkley and tight end Mike Gesicki.

Heartwarming TD at PSU spring game (0:44)
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34dAdam Rittenberg

Can Trace McSorley be Baker without the baggage?

A 6-foot QB with a winning pedigree overlooked by recruiters because of his size? Trace McSorley hopes to finish his career like Baker Mayfield.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs have brought in Penn State running back Saquon Barkley for a pre-draft visit. Previously unreported.

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45dAdam Rittenberg

How Penn State dominated pre-draft workouts

We knew Saquon Barkley would test off the charts. But it was surprising that every Nittany Lion who went through the combine jumped off the page.

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56d

QB Stevens elects to remain with Nittany Lions

After exploring his options, Penn State backup quarterback Tommy Stevens has decided to stay with the Nittany Lions. In addition to backing up signal-caller Trace McSorley, Stevens also has been used as a halfback and a wide receiver.

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57dAdam Rittenberg

Meet the Ivy Leaguer leading Penn State's life after Saquon Barkley

Penn State's all-everything RB is off to the NFL. Its creative offensive coordinator is now the head coach at Mississippi State. So it falls to 37-year-old former Cornell QB Ricky Rahne to keep the PSU offense flying.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

A source tells me that Bucs wide receivers coach Skyler Fulton is meeting with Penn State wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton today. Fulton was also at Hamilton's pro day yesterday, where Hamilton ran a 4.47 (he did not run at the combine). He has nine scheduled workouts with teams to far.

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