James Franklin's first national signing day as the head coach of Penn State was free of any real surprises.
Of the 25 newest Nittany Lions, all were expected to sign with the program. Torrence Brown was a name that popped up late in the process, but it appears even his commitment was expected once an offer went out.
Penn State was able to assemble a pretty balanced class. Fourteen of the signees will play offense, while the remaining 11 are on defense.
When the dust finally settled Wednesday night, the Nittany Lions' class was ranked 24th in the nation.
Here's position-by-position analysis of their 2014 recruiting class. Each unit was given a grade based on overall talent.
Unless noted otherwise, all recruiting rankings and information are courtesy of 247Sports.