To anyone who has recently crawled out from under a rock: this 2013 recruiting class will be vital to Penn State football's success heading forward.
While the Rivals.com rankings suggest the Nittany Lions are having a down recruiting year for a traditional powerhouse, this class has its obvious gems and a few guys with sneaky potential—both of which adds a lot of intrigue.
Any fan of college football in Pennsylvania had the names "Christian Hackenberg" and "Adam Brenenman" drilled into their heads by now, but this class shows a lot of promise outside the blue-chippers.
For example, unheralded recruits like cornerback Anthony Smith or defensive back Neiko Robinson are players that will definitely provide depth, but also give the Lions' coaching staff hungry, underrated student-athletes looking to prove their worth.
Regardless of how much there is to like with these recruits, nothing is official until they put pen to paper and sign that National Letter of Intent.
With that being said, let's take a look at what Bill O'Brien and Penn State fans everywhere would love to see on National Signing Day (Feb. 6.).