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4-Star WR Mike Wyman Updates Penn State Recruitment

Penn State players run out onto the field.

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA - NOVEMBER 18: Terrell Golden #4 and Maurice Evans #48 of Penn State celebrate as they enter the field before the game against Michigan State at Beaver Stadium November 18, 2006 in University Park, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Penn State is showing zero signs of slowing down when it comes to recruiting. With the coaching staff already taking visits with offensive tackle Zak Zinter, it turns out another four-star recruit wants to see the campus again.

Mike Wyman has plenty of offers on the table for 2020. The four-star wide receiver is the No. 25 recruit at his position according to 247Sports.

Oklahoma, South Carolina, Florida and Auburn all have interest in Wyman. However, his appreciation for Penn State is clearly playing a factor in his recruitment process.

In fact, Wyman is making his second trip to Happy Valley this weekend. The last time he spent time with the Nittany Lions was during the 2017 season.

Although James Franklin and Penn State will have to compete against other elite programs, Wyman is already quite fond of the university.

From 247Sports:

"When Penn State extended the offer I felt grateful, blessed and very appreciative," Wyman said. "... I like the support of the fans, football staff and coaches."

The 6-foot-4, 195-pound playmaker previously picked up offers from schools such as Florida, Florida State, Louisville, North Carolina, Oklahoma and South Carolina. Last Thursday, Wyman tweeted a top-five list is "coming soon", and he's currently working with his high school coaches to determine that collection of contenders. "I am in the process of reviewing my options," he explained.

Penn State has five commits for its 2020 recruiting class, which ranks No. 17 in the nation.

That ranking could rise if the Nittany Lions land the Greensboro native in the near future.