Penn State Football: Early Enrollees Bring Size As Spring Practice Slowly Closes In
January 20, 2015 2:15 PM
by Ben Jones
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Penn State football's 2014 season hasn't been done for long but it's already time to start thinking about spring practice and the newest Nittany Lions to call State College home.

With that in mind the program recently released the heights and weights of the five early enrollee freshman who will get a head start in the weight room and on campus.

It's always interesting to see how a player's size and shape changes throughout his career. Being the big man on a high school campus is suddenly years behind the athletes years deep into a college program.

These five players might be bigger or smaller by the time they leave Penn State but they will undoubtedly be stronger, faster and in better shape than when they got to town.

Quarterback Tommy Stevens: 6-foot-4, 187 pounds.

OT Paris Palmer: 6-foot-8, 288 pounds

OT Sterling Jenkins: 6-foot-8, 307 pounds

PK Tyler Davis: 5-foot-10, 186

DE Colin Castagna: 6-foot-4, 236 pounds

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