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PostSubject: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Mon 15 Nov 2010, 4:52 am

The Lions Have signed their 1st recruit of the 2016 season.
Mike Paul OT 6'3 273lbs, Cranford, New Jersey 4**** 14th ranked OT
Mike Chose Penn State over West Virginia and Texas
Mike has been timed at 5.00 running the 40 and maxes out at 420lbs on the Bench Press, and 595lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: OT Pos Rank: #14 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Aggresiveness / Tenacity
Nasty Streak
Power And Strength
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Pass Protection
Has a solid build, but will easily add size in college. He has a very powerfull upper body and uses his strength to punish opponents. Very good on run blocking where he uses his strength to coil up and knock opponents off balance. Needs some work on pass protection but he is okay in that category. Can get to the second level and be used to pull.
Biography:
2015: In Mike Paul's junior season (8-5, three rounds deep into the playoffs)he had 161 knockdowns, 155 pancake blocks, and an average line score of 89 percent. Paul says he can bench 420-pounds, squat 595 and claims a 28-inch vertical jump.
Paul reports a 3.5 core GPA and is awaiting his March 14 SAT result
Paul: “I’m really good at finishing off blocks. I don’t stop until the whistle blows. I’m always practicing my technique and am working on playing lower. I need to bend my knees more and improve my balance. I also need to work on staying square in pass protection.”



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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Fri 19 Nov 2010, 2:55 am

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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Tue 23 Nov 2010, 7:31 am

The Lions Have signed their 2nd,3rd, and 4th recruits of the 2016 season.
2 Sean Houston DE 6'3 230lbs, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4**** 17th ranked DE
Sean Chose Penn State over Maryland and Cincinnati
Sean has been timed at 4.84 running the 40 and maxes out at 408lbs on the Bench Press, and 545lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: DE Pos Rank: #17 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Athleticism
Lateral Range
Quickness off Ball
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Strength
Techniques and Moves
Long and lean, Houston is a terror off the edge, especially in passing situations. Has a quick first step and gets even with OTs on the snap. Is advanced enough to take advantage of OTs that overcompensate, and really understands leverage in that regard. Is very good against reach blocks (sweep, etc.), primarily because of his length, but he needs to work on condensing gaps against base blocks (inside run, ISO, etc.). Huge upside--Burke Hayes
Biography:
Following his junior season, Houston received All-Area, All-Region, and second team All-State recognition after accumulating 105 tackles including 17 for a loss and eight sacks, and 34 quarterback hurries.
Plans to graduate in December.

3 Johnny Ellis MLB 5'11 214lbs, Austintown, Ohio 4**** 6th ranked MLB
Johnny Chose Penn State over Boise State and Oregon
Johnny has been timed at 4.58 running the 40 and maxes out at 384lbs on the Bench Press, and 555lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: MLB Pos Rank: #6 Pos Rating:
STRENGTHS
Aggressiveness
Hitting Ability
Instincts
Speed
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Size
Ellis made a name for himself his junior season helping his team win a state title. While he lacks the size many look for his toughness and instincts give him the ability to hit the hole and blowup plays making him a force to be reckoned with. Smart player and leader who should be a solid player in college. – Midwest Recruiting Analyst Dave Berk
Biography:
Hard-hitting linebacker from Cleveland St. Ignatius … all-state as a junior and senior for Coach Chuck Kyle … all-Northeast Lakes district … Cleveland Plain Dealer 2016 defensive player of year, recording 144 tackles, 18 sacks, 44 TFL, two interceptions … nominated for both Ohio all-star games … also runs the 110m high hurdles for the Wildcats … Latin and service clubs … son of Dave and Gina Ellis. As a junior, Ellis recorded 93 tackles including 35 for loss and 17 sacks. A starter since his sophomore season, Ellis also runs track for St. Ignatius.

4 Marvin Smith WR 6'3 180lbs, West Haven, Connecticut 3***45th ranked WR
Marvin Chose Penn State over ECU and Clemson
Marvin has been timed at 4.46 running the 40 and maxes out at 247lbs on the Bench Press, and 300lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: MWR Pos Rank: #45 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Blocking Ability
Downfield Threat
Size
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Speed
Smith is a big play receiver that will stretch opposing defenses. He still needs to fill out his 6-foot-3 frame, but he is very athletic and has great ball skills. He can also block very well.
Biography:
As a junior, Smith caught 49 passes for 899 yards and 11 touchdowns.
2016 Signees
1 MLB Johnny Ellis Austintown, OH [b]****[
2 DE Sean Houston Philadelphia, PA ****
3 OT Mike Paul Cranford, NJ ****
4 WR Marvin Smith West Haven,CT ***
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Wed 24 Nov 2010, 10:30 pm

The Lions Have signed their 5th,6th, 7th, and 8th recruits of the 2016 season.
5 Bill West WR 6'2 191lbs, Lyndhurst, Ohio 4**** 38th ranked WR
Bill Chose Penn State over Tennessee and Notre Dame
Bill has been timed at 4.50 running the 40 and maxes out at 235lbs on the Bench Press, and 300lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: WR Pos Rank: #38 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Body Control
Size
Speed
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Route-Running Skills
Has a great combination of size and speed. A great athlete with exceptional leaping ability, West can go up and get the ball over defensive backs. He has the penchant for making tough grabs, but will drop an easy one from time to time, so he must improve his consistency. Like all young receivers, he has some technical work to do, but has a fantastic package of skills.
Biography:
Had 30 receptions for 500 yards and six touchdowns as a sophomore.

6 Chris Gonzalez OT 6'6 310lbs, Union, New Jersey 4**** 15th ranked OT
Chris Chose Penn State over Boise St and Texas
Chris has been timed at 5.00 running the 40 and maxes out at 414lbs on the Bench Press, and 545lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: OT Pos Rank: #15 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Aggresiveness / Tenacity
Drive Blocking Skills
Power And Strength
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Arm Length
Gonzalez is an immediate offer for most college coaches. He is an aggressive offensive linemen that finishes his blocks, that understands blocking schemes, that can run block, that can pass protect, and that has a high level of intelligence. There are not many faults in his game, but his arm length is a minor concern at tackle. He is one of the best in the country. - South Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons
Biography:
2015: Chris Gonzalez was named 2A FSWA First Team All-State OL. Gonzalez says he can bench 414-pounds, squats 550 and has a 32-inch vertical jump.
Gonzalez wants to major in business and reports a 2.8 core GPA and a 1120 two-part SAT, which he plans on retaking.
Gonzalez: “I think I’ve been coached well and have a high level of discipline. I have good size and strength and think that I can dominate at the high school level. I’m also really athletic for my size.
“My school has been traditionally known as a running school so I’m pretty strong on run protection.”
“But this year we’ve got a pretty good strong-armed quarterback and plan on passing the ball a lot more. I’m excited about that. I’ll get to work on my pass protection and just work on being a better overall lineman.”

7 Myron Johnson SS 6'4 189lbs, Bradford, Pennsylvania 3*** 22nd ranked SS
Myron Chose Penn State over Miami and Pittsburgh
Myron has been timed at 4.66 running the 40 and maxes out at 384lbs on the Bench Press, and 300lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: SS Pos Rank: #22 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Instincts
Size
Tackling Ability
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Blitzing Ability
An amazing tackler, he can bring down anyone one on one. Excels on special teams where his combination of speed and tackling ability help him shut down returns. On defense he excels at run defense where he is able to fly to the ball and disengage from any blockers.
Biography:
As a senior, Johnson had 60 tackles, nine tackles for loss, three sacks, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and two interceptions with one defensive touchdown. Myron Johnson registered 87 tackles, 25 tackles for loss, eight sacks, six forced fumbles and two blocked punts as a junior. Johnson says he can bench 384 pounds and squat 300.
He has officially posted a 4.60 40-yard dash, 4.58 short shuttle, 10-foot-1 standing broad jump and 40-inch vertical leap.
His father is former Maryland Terrapin nose guard Tyrone Johnson, who played for the Terps from '79 to '83 and was a three-year letterman.
Johnson reports a 2.4 core GPA and 17 ACT, which he retook on Oct. 24.
Johnson: “I have great vision and explosiveness. I’m very athletic (claims a 40-inch vertical jump) and have great closing speed to the ball.
“I want to improve my coverage on defense and be a better pass rusher. On offense I’m just working on my hands and catching the ball better.”

8 Joe Galloway ATH 6'0 175lbs, Altoona, Pennsylvania 4**** 5th ranked ATH
Joe Chose Penn State over Boise St and Virginia Tech
Joe has been timed at 4.54 running the 40 and maxes out at 241lbs on the Bench Press, and 350lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: ATH Pos Rank: #5 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Balance
Change-of-Direction
Instincts
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Blocking Ability
Watching Galloway run, he has the fluidity of a cornerback in how he jumps in and out of his cuts. His ability in the open field make him ideal with the ball in his hands as a slot receiver. He has tremendous acceleration and balance when he's running the ball, and his experience from the shotgun set at quarterback has helped hone his vision and patience to set up his blocks. Must learn to protect the ball better in traffic, Scott Kennedy-Scout.com
Biography:
Did it all as a 2015 junior for Altoona High, rushing for 1,250 yards and 16 touchdowns, passing for 1,300 yards and 11 scores and catching four touchdown passes on 11 total receptions for 150 yards.
Scored 17 touchdowns as a freshman playing varsity at Altoona in 2013. Son of former WR great Joey Galloway.
2016 Signees
1 MLB Johnny Ellis Austintown, OH ****
2 DE Sean Houston Philadelphia, PA ****
3 OT Mike Paul Cranford, NJ ****
4 WR Marvin Smith West Haven,CT ***
5 ATH Joe Galloway Altoona, PA ****
6 OT Chris Gonzalez Union,NJ ****
7 WR Bill West Lyndhurst, OH ****
8 SS Myron Johnson Bradford, PA ***










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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Thu 25 Nov 2010, 10:36 pm

The Lions Have signed their 9th recruit of the 2016 season.
David Bradford HB 6'1 216lbs, Harrison, New York 4**** 6th ranked HB
David Chose Penn State over Texas and Georgia Tech
David has been timed at 4.62 running the 40 and maxes out at 420lbs on the Bench Press, and 345lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: HB Pos Rank: #6 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Balance
Durability
Power
Strength
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Elusiveness
Bradford is the best combo of power and speed in the state of New York. He's got great vision and balance, and can be an everydown back in college, with his power and ability to get into the open field. Bradford boasts great vision and ability to get into the end zone.
Biography:
Powerful tailback who totaled 1,000 career carries … player of the year as a senior for Coach Sherwood Haydock, rushing for 1,855 yards, 19 scores … NYconference career rushing leader with 6,625 yards, 66 career touchdowns (eighth-best in New York prep history) … all-conference basketball standout … ran first leg of state runner-up 4x100 relay … son of Sophia and Roger Bradford
Bradford finished his prep career as one of the state's top 10 most prolific backs with 6,620 rushing yards after picking up 1,335 yards as a senior.
As a junior, Bradford finished with 1,685 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns. He enjoyed a great freshman season with 1,800 yards on 270 attempts for 15 touchdowns for the 2A State Champion.He benches 420-pounds and squats 345.
As impressive as those stats are, his three-year totals are even more staggering. During his three-year career he’s amassed 5,285 yards on the ground.
Bradford: “I’m quick and powerful and am able to get away from the defender. I can make smart decisions and don’t make many mistakes. I’m really balanced. I can do all the little things well. I’d also like to be more patient on the blocks.”
2016 Signees
1 MLB Johnny Ellis Austintown, OH ****
2 DE Sean Houston Philadelphia, PA ****
3 OT Mike Paul Cranford, NJ ****
4 WR Marvin Smith West Haven,CT ***
5 ATH Joe Galloway Altoona, PA ****
6 OT Chris Gonzalez Union,NJ ****
7 WR Bill West Lyndhurst, OH ****
8 SS Myron Johnson Bradford, PA ***
9 HB David Bradford Harrison, NY ****

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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Fri 26 Nov 2010, 10:57 pm

The Lions Have signed their 10th recruit of the 2016 season.
Kris Ham SS 5'11 190lbs, Irondequoit, New York 3*** 19th ranked SS
Kris Chose Penn State over Michigan St and Michigan
Kris has been timed at 4.68 running the 40 and maxes out at 390lbs on the Bench Press, and 360lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: SS Pos Rank: #19 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Blitzing Ability
Instincts
Tackling Ability
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Recovery Ability
Has great instincts and a feel for the game that allows him to always be around the ball. His forte is run support. He reads and diagnoses plays well and closes quickly. Despite not being particularly big, he is a strong hitter and a sure tackler. In coverage, he can play man to man or roam. He has excellent timing as a blitzer. Needs to get bigger and stronger. Is also not a pure burner with great makeup speed.
Biography:
Had 130 tackles and three interceptions as a junior.
Scout.com Combine Results (full list):
Location: New York
Year: 2016
Weight: 190
40-Yard Dash: 4.68
Short Shuttle: 4.46
Vertical Jump: 30.0"
3-Cone: 7.91
Broad Jump: 8-3
2016 Signees
1 MLB Johnny Ellis Austintown, OH ****
2 DE Sean Houston Philadelphia, PA ****
3 OT Mike Paul Cranford, NJ ****
4 WR Marvin Smith West Haven,CT ***
5 ATH Joe Galloway Altoona, PA ****
6 OT Chris Gonzalez Union,NJ ****
7 WR Bill West Lyndhurst, OH ****
8 SS Myron Johnson Bradford, PA ***
9 HB David Bradford Harrison, NY ****
10 SS Kris Ham Irondequoit, NY ***
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Fri 26 Nov 2010, 11:37 pm

The Lions Have signed their 11th recruit of the 2016 season.
Chris Brock JUCO(JR) OLB 6'2 232lbs, Ephrata, PA 2** 135th ranked OLB
Chris Chose Penn State over Temple and West Virginia
Chris has been timed at 4.60 running the 40 and maxes out at 468lbs on the Bench Press, and 655lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: OLB Pos Rank: #135 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Aggressiveness
Athleticism
Size
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Shedding Ability
It's tough to come up with an area for improvement for Brock, because he does so much so well. As a former WR and DB he has excellent speed and change of direction. Despite being a former WR, he's extremely physical and solid in technique. He is outstanding against the pass whether it's in coverage or blitzing. An ideal linebacker prospect, Brock just needs to keep improving on the things he does well to be a star. Scott Kennedy, Scout.com.
Biography:
Chris Brock finished his SO season at JC with 65 tackles (42 solos), nine fumbles cause and four fumbles recovered for touchdowns. Brock says he can bench 468-pounds, squat 655 and claims a 38-inch vertical jump. He also played forward for his high school basketball team and runs track (21.8 200m).
Brock plans on majoring in architectural engineering and reports a 3.9 core GPA
Brock: “I’m able to cover big wide receivers well. I have good speed too. I can tackle in the open field and love to hit. I’m very aggressive when I play.
“I want to improve my flexibility and be able to turn my hips better.”
2016 Signees
1 MLB Johnny Ellis Austintown, OH ****
2 DE Sean Houston Philadelphia, PA ****
3 OT Mike Paul Cranford, NJ ****
4 WR Marvin Smith West Haven,CT ***
5 ATH Joe Galloway Altoona, PA ****
6 OT Chris Gonzalez Union,NJ ****
7 WR Bill West Lyndhurst, OH ****
8 SS Myron Johnson Bradford, PA ***
9 HB David Bradford Harrison, NY ****
10 SS Kris Ham Irondequoit, NY ***
11 OLB JUCO Chris Brock Ephrata, PA **

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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Sun 28 Nov 2010, 6:56 am

The Lions Have signed their 12th recruit of the 2016 season.
Jason Casey JUCO(JR) OT 6'3 339lbs, Jefferson, PA 3*** 55th ranked OT
Jason Chose Penn State over Virginia Tech and Arizona St
Jason has been timed at 5.02 running the 40 and maxes out at 438lbs on the Bench Press, and 570lbs on the squat.
2016 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: OT Pos Rank: #55 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Feet
Power And Strength
Size
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Technique
A physically gifted big man, Casey has ideal size and athleticism to play offensive tackle. He still needs to work on his technique and get better pad level to take advantage of his natural power and strength, but he has good flexibility still can move his man despite playing with less than ideal leverage at times. He can run like a defensive end and can be counted on in pulling sets to make the turn up field - Scott Kennedy, Scout.com.
2016 Signees
1 MLB Johnny Ellis Austintown, OH ****
2 DE Sean Houston Philadelphia, PA ****
3 OT Mike Paul Cranford, NJ ****
4 WR Marvin Smith West Haven,CT ***
5 ATH Joe Galloway Altoona, PA ****
6 OT Chris Gonzalez Union,NJ ****
7 WR Bill West Lyndhurst, OH ****
8 SS Myron Johnson Bradford, PA ***
9 HB David Bradford Harrison, NY ****
10 SS Kris Ham Irondequoit, NY ***
11 OLB JUCO Chris Brock Ephrata, PA **
12 OT JUCO Jason Casey Jefferson, PA ***
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Fri 03 Dec 2010, 5:19 am

The Lions Have signed their 1st recruit of the 2017 season.
Bob Weaver DT 6'0 280lbs, Pottstown, PA 4**** 19th ranked DT
Bob Chose Penn State over Pittsburgh and South Carolina
Bob has been timed at 5.16 running the 40 and maxes out at 480lbs on the Bench Press, and 555lbs on the squat.
2017 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: DT Pos Rank: #19 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Body Control and Balance
Explosion
Intensity/Effort
Strength
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Techniques and Moves
Weaver is a player who could line up as a defensive end or at the tackle position. He's got great burst and will give all out effort on each play. Does a good job going lateral and shows great strength and toughness. With good size and speed, Weaver is still learning techniques and moves that will take his game to another level. Special player who doesn't get the credit he deserves. - Midwest Recruiting Analyst Dave Berk
Biography:
Bob Weaver is the younger brother of Leonard Weaver (Carson-Newman of '05) who has better tools than his older brother at the same stage.
Weaver says he can bench 480-pounds, squat 555 and has a 28-inch vertical jump.
Final senior (13-1) stats: 77 tackles, 10 sacks, two fumbles caused and two fumbles recovered
Weaver wants to major in either marketing or finance and reports a 3.5 core GPA and took the ACT on Dec. 12.
Weaver: “I have good quickness and speed off the ball. I have good athletic ability too. I play kind of like (former Michigan linebacker and current Pittsburgh Steeler) Lamar Woodley - fast, strong and powerful.”
“I want to work on my moves off the ball,” he said. “And I want to get faster overall. I’m also working on my hips and flexibility.”

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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Wed 08 Dec 2010, 7:14 am

The Lions Have signed their 2nd recruit of the 2017 season.
Andrew Martindale FB 6'2 215lbs, Stafford, Texas 2** 5th ranked FB
Andrew Chose Penn State over Houston and Texas A&M
Andrew has been timed at 4.72 running the 40 and maxes out at 456lbs on the Bench Press, and 360lbs on the squat.
2017 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: FB Pos Rank: #5 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Blocking Ability
Size
Toughness
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Change-of-Direction
A big, mobile fullback, Martindale is very good as either a lead blocker or dropping back in pass protection. He's a straight ahead runner with soft hands in the passing game. He's not going to make many players miss, and it doesn't look like he minds as he relishes contact. Has good balance and has quick feet. Blue Collar fullback prospect with outstanding size and team effort mentality - Scott Kennedy, Scout.com.
2017 Signees
1 DT Bob Weaver, Pottstown,PA 4****
2 FB Andrew Martindale, Stafford, TX 2**
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Thu 09 Dec 2010, 9:51 pm

The Lions Have signed their 3rd and 4th recruits of the 2017 season.
3 Skip Mayfield CB 6'0 178lbs, North Chicago, Illinois 3*** 19th ranked CB
Skip Chose Penn State over Iowa and Wisconsin
Skip has been timed at 4.48 running the 40 and maxes out at 265lbs on the Bench Press, and 250lbs on the squat.
2017 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: CB Pos Rank: #19Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Coverage Awareness
Jamming Ability
Size
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Change of Direction
Recovery Ability
Mayfield projects to be a bigger type CB that can use his size at the line of scrimmage to his advantage. He has great ball skills and consistently shows the ability to make plays in the secondary. He has solid speed, but might struggle against the faster WRs. He is an ideal fit in a cover two scheme and can be a force against the run on the edge. -Geoff Vogt
Biography:
Skip Mayfield finished his junior season with 33 tackles, 15 pass break-ups, four interceptions and one fumble recovered. He says he can bench 265-pounds and has a 36-inch vertical jump.
He plans on being an entrepreneur and may major in business. Mayfield reports a 3.0 core GPA and a 1080 two-part SAT.
Mayfield: “I have a good knowledge of the game. I have good technique and the ability to do it all. I have great instincts too.
“I’d like to be a true come-up-and-hit-you-type corner. I want to be more physical.”


4 Terry Anderson ATH 6'3 208lbs, Columbia, Pennsylvania 4**** 7th ranked ATH
Terry Chose Penn State over Ohio State and West Virginia
Terry has been timed at 4.64 running the 40 and maxes out at 420lbs on the Bench Press, and 555lbs on the squat.
2017 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: ATH Pos Rank: #7Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Change of Direction
Size
Toughness
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Burst Out Of Breaks
Coverage Awareness
Anderson played his junior season with a dinged up shoulder but he played the entire year and showed good toughness. He is very physical but can sometimes be too aggressive and take himself out of the play. Some feel that Anderson is destined for a move to linebacker with his size but he has very good change of direction skills and the speed to cover a lot of ground.
Biography:
Anderson played through his junior season on an injured shoulder, but still finished with 47 tackles and four interceptions from his free safety spot.

2017 Signees
1 DT Bob Weaver, Pottstown,PA 4****
2 FB Andrew Martindale, Stafford, TX 2**
3 CB Skip Mayfield, North Chicago, IL 3***
4 ATH Terry Anderson, Columbia, PA 4****
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Fri 10 Dec 2010, 12:14 pm

The Lions Have signed their 5th recruit of the 2017 season.
Tommy Gaither ATH 5'11 182lbs, Boynton Beach, Florida 4**** 13th ranked ATH
Tommy Chose Penn State over USF and Michigan
Tommy has been timed at 4.44 running the 40 and maxes out at 241lbs on the Bench Press, and 250lbs on the squat.
2017 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: ATH Pos Rank: #13 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Change of Direction
Closing Speed
Toughness
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Coverage Awareness
Gaither is a playmaker and he has speed to do a lot of damage in the open field. He is elusive in space, he has the speed to be a vertical threat, and he could play inside or outside at wideout. One of the most attractive things about Gaither is his toughness - he could play corner as well on the next level and he does not mind contact. His ability to run and change direction make him a high level recruit. - Chad Simmons - South Recruiting Analyst
Biography:
2016 The junior had 71 total tackles with 36 solo, three interceptions and a fumble recovery. He rushed for 329 yards and five touchdowns and passed for 419 yards and another five touchdowns as a part time quarteback. All-Area First Team Defensive back, FSWA 5A Second Team All-State DB.

2017 Signees
1 DT Bob Weaver, Pottstown,PA 4****
2 FB Andrew Martindale, Stafford, TX 2**
3 CB Skip Mayfield, North Chicago, IL 3***
4 ATH Terry Anderson, Columbia, PA 4****
5 ATH Tommy Gaither, Boynton Beach, FL 4****
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Sat 11 Dec 2010, 8:15 am

The Lions Have signed their 6th recruit of the 2017 season.
Craig Turner WR JUCO 6'0 183lbs, Thousand Oaks, California 3*** 92nd ranked WR
Craig Chose Penn State over Oklahoma State and Virginia Tech
Craig has been timed at 4.48 running the 40 and maxes out at 289lbs on the Bench Press, and 335lbs on the squat.
2017 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: WR Pos Rank: #92 Pos Rating:
Scout.com Player Evaluation: JC
STRENGTHS
Ability To Beat Jams
Body Control
Hands and Concentration
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Blocking Ability
Turner is a lean, strong 6-0 and 183 pounds. He's capable of beating a jam with quickness or by overpowering a defensive back using good leverage. He runs solid routes and is the type of player that has such an easy stride that he never appears to be working that hard as he glides by the defenders. He adjusts well to the ball in the air and uses his hands to meet the ball rather than have it come into his body. Scott Kennedy, Scout.com
Biography:
Played for Compton Community College, where he was a grayshirt in 2015, played in 2016 ... signed out of high school with Oregon State ... has three years to play two ... in eight games at Compton in 2016, he had 14 receptions for 193 yards and one touchdown ... Verbum Dei High (Calif.) star played wide receiver, cornerback and kick returner ... ranked sixth on the SuperPrep "Super 100" list ... was clocked at 4.48 seconds in the 40-yard dash ... Three-star recruit by Scout.com ... three-time All-Camino Real League selection ... three-time all-CIF member ... as a senior, he accounted for over 1,000 all-purpose yards and 15 touchdowns ... 604 all-purpose yards as a junior with 15 touchdowns ... in 2014, he helped Verbum Dei capture the CIF-Southern Section title and earned all-CIF honors ... scored 35 career touchdowns and compiled over 3,500 all-purpose yards in high school ... also ran track
2017 Signees
1 DT Bob Weaver, Pottstown,PA 4****
2 FB Andrew Martindale, Stafford, TX 2**
3 CB Skip Mayfield, North Chicago, IL 3***
4 ATH Terry Anderson, Columbia, PA 4****
5 ATH Tommy Gaither, Boynton Beach, FL 4****
6 WR JUCO Craig Turner, Thousand Oaks, CA 3***
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Sun 12 Dec 2010, 12:26 pm

The Lions Have signed their 7th recruit of the 2017 season.
Ty Randolph OG JUCO 6'2 321lbs, Colonial Park, Pennsylvania 3*** 85th ranked OG
Ty Chose Penn State over LSU and West Viginia
TY has been timed at 5.00 running the 40 and maxes out at 438lbs on the Bench Press, and 610lbs on the squat.
2017 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: OG Pos Rank: #85Pos Rating: JUCO
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Aggresiveness / Tenacity
Body Control and Balance
Drive Blocking Skills
Strength
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT Technique
A good athlete who shows really good balance and coordination. Does an excellent job of taking on initial man, re-directing and getting into the second level while keeping his feet. As a run blocker, he is tenacious and finishes off his blocks. He has good strength, but does tend to play a little high. Is a smart, coachable kid with good work ethic.
Biography:
Interior line prospect who could play either guard or center in college. Bulky, stocky build who has great initial punch and strength to overpower foes.
2017 Signees
1 DT Bob Weaver, Pottstown,PA 4****
2 FB Andrew Martindale, Stafford, TX 2**
3 CB Skip Mayfield, North Chicago, IL 3***
4 ATH Terry Anderson, Columbia, PA 4****
5 ATH Tommy Gaither, Boynton Beach, FL 4****
6 WR JUCO Craig Turner, Thousand Oaks, CA 3***
7 OG JUCO Ty Randolph, Colonial Park,PA 3***
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Mon 20 Dec 2010, 10:15 pm

The Lions Have signed their 1st recruit of the 2018 season.
Alan Smith OT 6'3 316lbs, Batavia, New York 5***** 4th ranked OT
Alan Chose Penn State over South Carolina and Pittsburgh
Alan has been timed at 5.00 running the 40 and maxes out at 462lbs on the Bench Press, and 570lbs on the squat.
2018 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: OT Pos Rank: #4Pos Rating: *****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Aggresiveness / Tenacity
Drive Blocking Skills
Pass Protection
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Size
Smith is the type of player college football coaches dream of. While he still needs to work on pass protection he's advanced compared to many. Great size with the tenacity and aggresiveness you see from players on the defensive side of the ball. Has great body control using great technique in both run blocking and pass blocking. Really hard to find a weakness in his overall game. -- Midwest Analyst Dave Berk
Biography:
All-New York lineman from Batavia … helped Coach Jeff Geisting’s Redskins to two state title games … senior season cut short by a leg injury … first team all-state, all-Southwest, all-FAVC conference … his teams had a three-year record of 37-6 … U.S. Army All-American Bowl nominee … also a basketball letterman … son of Julia and Ivar Smith … brother Chris played at Illinois
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Tue 21 Dec 2010, 12:17 pm

The Lions Have signed their 2nd,3rd,4th,and 5th recruits of the 2018 season.
2 Charles Weaver HB 6'1 205lbs, Erie, Pennsylvania 4**** 14th ranked HB
Charles Chose Penn State over Cincinnati and Maryland
Charles has been timed at 4.44 running the 40 and maxes out at 283lbs on the Bench Press, and 310lbs on the squat.
2018 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: HB Pos Rank: #14Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Balance
Change-of-Direction
Foot Quickness
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Power
Weaver is a back that can just about do anything. He is quicker than some think, he gets to the edge very well, and he has very good footwork and balance. He makes nice cuts, he shows good patience out of the backfield, and he has very good hands as well. He can with a little more authority on the inside or when going head to head with a linebacker, but he as what it takes to be elite. - South Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons
Biography:
One of the best running back prospects in the entire state, Weaver finished his junior season with 826 yards and 14 touchdowns on the ground. He also added 34 catches for 300 yards and three scores.

3 Alex Woodard DE 6'3 252lbs, Sunbury, Pennsylvania 4**** 10th ranked DE
Alex Chose Penn State over Ohio State and North Carolina
Alex has been timed at 4.88 running the 40 and maxes out at 426lbs on the Bench Press, and 580lbs on the squat.
2018 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: DE Pos Rank: #10 Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Athleticism
Size
Acceleration
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Strength
Size, speed and athletic ability are three traits that make Alex Woodard one of the top defensive players in the country. A great first step allows him to get the edge on any given play and is a disruptive force once in the opposing backfield. Like any player entering his senior season of football he needs to work on his overall strength but as he grows and continues to get bigger he will be a force at the next level.

4 Danny Allen OLB 6'6 209lbs, Portage Lakes, Ohio 3*** 12th ranked OLB
Danny Chose Penn State over USC and Ohio State
Danny has been timed at 4.64 running the 40 and maxes out at 444lbs on the Bench Press, and 555lbs on the squat.
2018 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: OLB Pos Rank: #12 Pos Rating: ***
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Athleticism
Size
Acceleration
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Discipline
Jumping abillity
Size is the first thing that jumps out about Allen. He height, length, and build are three things physically that really makes him stand out in a crowd. In shorts or in full uniform, Allen looks like a man that has the frame to move on to the NFL one day. Experience is one thing because there are still questions on how and at what position he will fit in college. he will need to be able to turn and run with tight ends and move in space.

5 Jordan Curry OT JUCO 6'0 342lbs, Fairfield, Ohio 3*** 80th ranked OT
Jordan Chose Penn State over Texas and Wisconsin
Jordan has been timed at 5.00 running the 40 and maxes out at 438lbs on the Bench Press, and 560lbs on the squat.
2018 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: OT Pos Rank: #80 Pos Rating: ***
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Pass Blocking
Strength
Acceleration
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Discipline
Run Blocking
Curry is one of the best JC tackles in the country. Good size to play either tackle or guard, technically sound and definite toughness make him a potential early impact guy for the Ducks.
2018 Signees
1 OT Alan Smith 6'3 316lbs, Batavia, NY 5*****
2 DE Alex Woodard 6'3 252lbs, Sunbury,PA 4****
3 HB Charles Weaver 6'1 205lbs, Erie, PA 4****
4 OLB Danny Allen 6'6 209lbs, Portage Lakes, OH 3***
5 OT Jordan Curry JUCO 6'0 342lbs, Fairfield, OH, 3***
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Auto Parts Penn State Recruit Review   Wed 22 Dec 2010, 9:13 am

The Lions Have signed their 6th recruit of the 2018 season.
Greg Freund SS 6'5 194lbs, Lodi, New Jersey 4**** 8th ranked SS
Greg Chose Penn State over North Carolina and Ohio State
Greg has been timed at 4.70 running the 40 and maxes out at 414lbs on the Bench Press, and 330lbs on the squat.
2018 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: SS Pos Rank: #8Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Change of Direction
Hands
Instincts
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Tackling Ability
Freund is a beautiful free safety and he is one of the best in the country. His instincts really make him special and that is something that can't be taught. He puts himself into position to make plays and he makes them. Freund has hands like a receiver and he covers a wide range in the secondary. He needs to work on playing more physical, but he is a guy that makes plays when balls are in the air. - Chad Simmons - South Recruiting Analyst
Biography:
2017: Star Ledger Co-Player of the Year, Freund had 48 tackles, eight pass deflections, and 14 interceptions. He was named 4A NJSWA All-State DB.

2018 Signees
1 OT Alan Smith 6'3 316lbs, Batavia, NY 5*****
2 DE Alex Woodard 6'3 252lbs, Sunbury,PA 4****
3 HB Charles Weaver 6'1 205lbs, Erie, PA 4****
4 OLB Danny Allen 6'6 209lbs, Portage Lakes, OH 3***
5 OT Jordan Curry JUCO 6'0 342lbs, Fairfield, OH, 3***
6 SS Greg Freund 6'5 194lbs, Lodi, NJ, 4****
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