Here we have some more schools to add to the lengthy list of programs snooping around Penn State's roster. When NCAA sanctions were first announced, many assumed West Virginia would be among the teams most likely to gain, based on proximity and their rising national stock.
Via the York Daily Record, a report that the Mountaineers are looking at defensive tackle Kyle Baublitz, who's said he'll stay in State College, along with more schools interested in Baublitz and redshirt freshman linebacker Ben Kline:
Steve Baublitz confirmed that his son was contacted by the coaching staffs at Baylor, Texas Tech, Houston, Boston College, Cincinnati, West Virginia, Kansas and Hawaii.
Kline is being recruited by Arizona, Arizona State, Purdue, Northern Illinois, Bowling Green and others, Myers said.
Baublitz is a converted end and former tight end who currently sits No. 2 on the depth chart at tackle, playing 129 snaps last season. He was a four-star recruit out of Pennsylvania who was recruited by WVU and BC, among others. Kline was a three-star linebacker, also from Pennsylvania.