He's only been on the job a few days, but James Franklin has been a busy man.
Since being named Penn State's head coach last Saturday, Franklin has added three new recruits to Penn State's 2014 class—defensive end Lloyd Tubman and offensive tackles Chance Sorrell and Brendan Brosnan. All three had previously committed to Franklin at Vanderbilt.
But all hasn't been fine and dandy, as two players have decommitted from the class this week. Highly touted defensive tackle Thomas Holley announced his decision to go to Florida on Wednesday, and cornerback Troy Vincent Jr. turned down the Nittany Lions for N.C. State on Thursday night, according to Rivals.com.
The class currently sits at 20 recruits, and Franklin doesn't have much more room to work with. Penn State can sign a maximum of 23 players in 2014, due to the NCAA's scholarship penalty levied on the program. Of those 23 scholarships, three will count toward 2013's total.
With that said, here are a few recruits that Franklin and his staff would love to see sign with the Nittany Lions on national signing day.
All recruiting rankings and information are courtesy of 247Sports.