Penn State’s senior tackle Paris Palmer, before protecting Trace McSorley and Saquon Barkley on Saturdays, spent his days at the factory of Ann’s House of Nuts in Plymouth, N.C., his hometown, mixing nuts.
Penn State’s senior tackle Paris Palmer, before protecting Trace McSorley and Saquon Barkley on Saturdays, spent his days at the factory of Ann’s House of Nuts in Plymouth, N.C., his hometown, mixing nuts. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com
Penn State’s senior tackle Paris Palmer, before protecting Trace McSorley and Saquon Barkley on Saturdays, spent his days at the factory of Ann’s House of Nuts in Plymouth, N.C., his hometown, mixing nuts. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com

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From peanut-mixing factory to Happy Valley: Paris Palmer’s story

November 09, 2016 5:54 PM

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