Penn State Football: Breaking Down Lions' First Post-Sanction Recruit

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Penn State Football: Breaking Down Lions' First Post-Sanction Recruit

After the NCAA issued their sanctions upon the Penn State football program (four-year postseason ban, 40 scholarship reduction over four years, etc.), everyone's questions surrounding the team were, who's leaving and who's staying?

However, the mass emphasis was on the players departing from the embattled program, whether it was on proven playmakers, such as Silas Redd and Justin Brown, or recruits, such as Dorian Johnson and Ross Douglas. 

Despite all these melancholy news, Bill O'Brien finally got his first recruit, following the NCAA sanctions in Washington, D.C. area defensive back Jordan Smith. 

So who is Jordan Smith, and what is the impact of his verbal commitment? Let's take a look. 

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