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Double Dip for PSU at Bowl

Evans gets a sack.

SAN ANTONIO — It was the double-dynasty hand gesture that resonated throughout Happy Valley. At the U.S. Army All-American Bowl at the Alamodome here, Penn State garnered two commitments from two of the East squad's elite football talents. Together, they gave the dynasty signal that has become so popular among the younger Nittany Lions.

Four-star defensive end Maurice Evans from Christ the King High in Middle Village, N.Y., and four-star cornerback A.J. Wallace of McDonough High in Pomfret, Md., announced their picks during a joint interview at halftime of the East's 27-16 win over the West. “I just wanted to go somewhere where they have a football mentality and a place I felt comfortable,” Evans said. “They treat you like a...

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