DE Noah Spence backing away from Penn State
Wed Nov 9, 2011
Penn State’s sexual abuse scandal may not hurt the school’s football team in the long term, but it’s having an immediate impact on the team’s recruiting. Bishop McDevitt (Harrisburg, Pa.) defensive end Noah Spence, considered the No. 6 player overall by Scout.com and the No. 16 player by Rivals.com, was the top-ranked player that had listed Penn State as one of his possibilities. On Monday, he tweeted: “Um, psu might be a no no for me ewwww,” followed by “I kind of just dnt want to be part of that.” Spence’s father, Greg Spence, however, told The Patriot-News of Harrisburg that Penn State is still in the running to sign his son.
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