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Report: Penn State Football To Rehire Syracuse Analyst Khalil Ahmad

Penn State football re-hired recruiter and analyst Khalil Ahmad, according to 247Sports’ Matt Zenitz. Ahmad spent the 2023 season with Penn State as the team’s recruiting coordinator for personnel and recruitment before leaving for Syracuse in early December.

Ahmad started his career coaching at the high school level, becoming an offensive coordinator/recruiting coordinator at Passaic High School in New Jersey.

The Montclair, New Jersey, native began his college career at Rutgers as a player development assistant before coming to the Nittany Lions ahead of the 2023 season.

Ahmad was an important part of the recruiting staff at Penn State and spent just two months at Syracuse before returning to Happy Valley.

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