PSU increases RB depth, lands No
Penn State recruiting has been getting momentum considering that March, and Nittany Lions coaches contributed to that success Friday with a commitment from ESPN 300 professional athlete Quinton Martin.Martin, the No.
27 possibility in general in the class of 2024 according to ESPN’s rankings, is an in-state recruit out of Belle Vernon High School in Pennsylvania.Martin (6-foot-2, 195
pounds )is listed as a professional athlete, however he was hired as a running back.1000 %COMMITED! @Hayesfawcett3 @BVAFootball @ 210ths @PSULawnBoyz pic.twitter.com/bh2rULHED0!.?.!— Quinton Martin(@Quintonanthony_)April 7, 2023 Penn State coaches have actually had a fair bit of success recruiting running
backs since late, as they signed Nicholas Singleton and Kaytron Allen in the
2023 class. Singleton led the team in hurrying this previous season as a true freshman with 1,061 backyards and 12 touchdowns. Allen was 2nd on the group with 867 backyards and 10 touchdowns.Adding Martin will just strengthen the running back space and provide the personnel much more depth at a position that has actually become a strength of the offense.Martin provides Penn State seven total dedications in the 2024 class. He’s joined by ESPN 300 offensive tackle Cooper Cousins, a 6-foot-6, 290-pound in-state recruit ranked No. 83 total by ESPN.