When former Penn State running back Miles Sanders initially declared, he was looked upon as a fourth- or fifth-round draft pick. Now, after proving himself at the NFL Combine and Penn State’s Pro Day, the back could go as high as the late first round.
Tommy Stevens was the favorite to be Penn State’s starting quarterback in 2019 but, according to several reports and a CDT source, he’s now entered the transfer portal. That doesn’t necessarily mean he won’t return for 2019.
Here’s a snapshot at where the NFL draft analysts currently believe Miles Sanders, Amani Oruwariye, Connor McGovern, Trace McSorley, Kevin Givens, Shareef Miller and Ryan Bates could go in the 2019 NFL draft, which takes place April 25-27.
Although it is not known exactly when the assistant fencing coach, George Abashidze, left the university, Penn State posted a job ad for Abashidze’s position March 29. He was placed on administrative leave no later than Sept. 13 of last year.