Recruiting: 2014 WR Thaddeus Snodgrass earned another Big Ten offer


Michigan State football recruiting prospect 2014 wide receiver Thaddeus Snodgrass received another scholarship offer from a Big Ten school Friday. According to ESPN.com’s Jared Shanker, Snodgrass was offered by Penn State, which is the sixth school from the conference to offer him.

Snodgrass from Springfield High School (Ohio) reportedly loves how Penn State uses its receivers and states that Penn State assistant Stan Hixon would love for him to join Penn State’s football team in 2014.

Michigan State has been recruiting Snodgrass for quite some time, and assistant football coach Harlon Barnett has been maintaining contact with him.

Although Snodgrass doesn’t have the prototypical outside wide out size, the 6-foot, 174-pound receiver has drawn a ton of interest around the nation of college football. He currently holds offers from Indiana, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue, Wisconsin, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame and Toledo, among others.

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