Help On The Way For Penn State

Penn State is struggling on the football field in 2003 but help is on the way. The Nittany Lions have one of the best recruiting classes in the country and one of their prized prospects says he'll enroll in January.

Greg Harrison, a 6-foot-5, 300-pound offensive tackle from Shenandoah (Pa.) Valley gave Penn State his verbal commitment back in April and although the Nittany Lions are struggling this year, Harrison says he'll be in Happy Valley next year.

"I gave Penn State my word when I committed." Harrison said.

"I'll be taking my official visit on December 5th and I'm going to graduate early and enroll in January."

Harrison is the #3 ranked offensive lineman according to and he's also an All-America selection.

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