Nittany Lions Land a QB
Posted Feb 29, 2012

Talented Virginia passer is the first player to announce for Penn State's Class of 2013. Quarterback is an area of serious need for the Lions.

Quarterback is a key area of need for Penn State's Class of 2013. The Nittany Lions have wasted no time addressing that need.

Christian Hackenberg, a 6-foot-3, 205-pounder from Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy committed to Penn State Tuesday, a source close to the situation told FOS.

Fork Union coach Mickey Sullivan confirmed the commitment via the school's Web site.

Hackenberg holds offers from a host of SEC program, including Alabama, Florida and South Carolina. He attended a Junior Day at PSU in mid-February.

As a child, Hackenberg lived in Tamaqua, Pa., before his family relocated to the South.

Stay tuned for more.

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