Twitter reacts to Nicholas Singleton’s latest national award

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Penn State running back Nicholas Singleton, a top-rated recruit in Penn State’s Class of 2022, was named the Maxwell Football Club’s National Offensive National High School Player of the Year, once again raising the bar and hype level for one of the top running backs ever signed by Penn State. Singleton’s list of accolades is already growing before getting a chance to take a single practice with the Nittany Lions, but the future is certainly looking very optimistic for Singleton.

Not surprisingly, news of one of Penn State’s newest additions was sure to draw some reaction from the Penn State Twittersphere and beyond. Of course, one of the first people to react to the news was Singleton himself. Singleton offered a brief statement on his Twitter account, in which he thanked everyone who helped him reach this point and the Maxwell Football club.

Singleton’s new position coach, JaJuan Seider, was certainly buzzing with excitement.


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