Three Penn State recruits land on ESPN's top 150

Posted by Guy Cipriano on April 17, 2012 

Three members of Penn State's 2013 football recruiting class are considered among the nation's top 150 prospects, according to a list released by ESPN on Tuesday.

Fort Union (Va.) Military Academy Christian Hackenberg leads the Penn State-bound trio at No. 11. Hackenberg orally committed to the Nittany Lions in February.

Cedar Cliff tight end Adam Breneman is rated 39th while Timber Creek Regional (N.J.) defensive tackle Greg Webb is rated 123rd

Breneman is one seven  Pennsylvania players on the list. Central Valley wide receiver Robert Foster leads the Pennsylvania contingent at No. 23 followed by Belle Vernon offensive lineman Dorian Johnson at No. 26. Foster and Johnson both have received scholarship offers from Penn State.

Wyomissing linebacker Alex Anzalone (No. 65), Imhotep Charter running back David Williams (No. 118), North Allegheny lineman Patrick Kugler (No. 121) and Clairton athlete Tyler Boyd (No. 144) also cracked the list. 

Georgia defensive lineman Robert Nkemdiche is the nation's No. 1 recruit, according to ESPN. 

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