James Franklin has received five commitments in the past week, and eight total for the 2019 class.
Marquis Wilson, who plays for Avon Old Farms School, is the sixth player to commit to the Nittany Lions' class of 2019 and the third to do so since Thursday.
Devyn Ford, a 5-foot-11, 195-pound running back from Stafford, Va., is the second five-star high school back from Virginia to sign with the Nittany Lions is as many years and will join the class of 2019.
The kickoff time in the 99th meeting between these teams has been set.
The Panthers and the Nittany Lions have two games left on the current contract but after that, Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour said the next meeting could come "beyond 2030."
The native of Newtown Square led the Nittany Lions to 26 wins and the NIT championship this season.
The free agents joined six of their former Nittany Lions teammates who were selected during the three days of the draft.
After the Wildcats' women continued their dominance at the carnival, their teammates on the men's side won behind a marvelous anchor leg from Casey Comber.
The Eagles' greatest advantage over the rest of the NFC East is at quarterback, and the Giants, still trusting an aging Eli Manning, passed up a chance to close that gap.
The former Penn State star, a consensus all-American last season, will bring an intriguing skill set for a 6-foot, 233-pound running back to one NFL team.
The redshirt senior quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate played almost the entire first half for the Blue squad in its 21-10 victory over the White.
Caeden Wallace of the Hun School in Princeton is ranked as New Jersey's second-best high school senior-to-be by two major recruiting services.
Hippenhammer, a redshirt freshman wide receiver, caught touchdown passes from McSorley and backup Sean Clifford as the Nittany Lions wrapped up spring football practice.