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Happy Valley's Saturday pride and joy comes in as the No. 8 seed and will open in the first round against No. 1 Tiger Stadium of LSU. Voting opened early Monday, but will only stay open until Tuesday at 6 a.m.
Trace McSorley and Miles Sandersd may generate more hype, but Amani Oruwariye is primed to be the first Penn State player selected at next month's NFL Draft.
Shareef Miller's athleticism is his biggest asset, but raw fundamentals may keep him waiting to hear his name until the later rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft.
As a senior and one of five returning starters on defense, Brown's newfound leadership role is a rite of passage.
Noah Cain has already impressed his teammates and coaches with his size and speed so far this spring.
The two former Penn State football players had strong performances in front of several NFL scouts.
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