According to the team rankings compiled by 247Sports.com, Penn State is poised to sign a top-25 class on Wednesday.
Of the 24 players committed to the class, 10 will likely play on the defensive side of the ball. The rest will play offense, highlighted by an impressive crop of wide receivers.
James Franklin had 19 players committed to the class when he took over. Although three have since decommitted, he was able to add more talent and bring the class back up to speed.
The way Penn State has recruited since the Jerry Sandusky scandal is impressive. The Nittany Lions have navigated around the NCAA-imposed sanctions to usher in impressive groups such as the 2013 class and this year's.
However, nothing is finalized until written in ink. Until then, Franklin and his staff will have to wait out the next few days.
Let's take a look at some of the takeaways from Penn State's 2014 class.
Unless noted otherwise, all recruiting rankings and information are courtesy of 247Sports.com.