Penn State Football: Re-Evaluating O'Brien's Recruiting Priorities

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Penn State Football: Re-Evaluating O'Brien's Recruiting Priorities
Reid Compton-US PRESSWIRE

To say that a lot has been going on up in State College recently is quite the understatement. 

After the NCAA levied their "unprecedented" sanctions upon Penn State, not only were current players faced with the decision of jumping ship, but recruits were also faced with the same predicament/opportunity.

However, it seems as though the short wave of players who decided to leave is over with, even though the exodus consisted of almost half of the team's offense from 2011.

With these changes in personnel and team privileges over the next four years, Bill O'Brien has been tasked with the job of keeping his own team together while maintaining the trust and loyalty from his 2013 recruiting class.

Considering the players who left to greener pastures (i.e. Silas Redd) and student athletes who will be graduating from Penn State this upcoming spring, let's take a look at how Bill O'Brien should go about the rest of recruiting period for 2013.  

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