Ten Nittany Lions to keep an eye on during spring practice

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – Penn State’s first of 15 spring practices will take place Monday, starting the countdown to the Blue-White Game and shedding light on some of the team’s most pressing needs.

Spring standouts don’t always guarantee success in the fall, but sometimes the breakout candidate is so overwhelmingly obvious (see Johnson, Juwan last spring) that it becomes clear who the next standout will be. Coming off back to back New Year’s Six bowl games and with some members of the program’s highly-touted recruiting class already in the fold who not named Miles Sanders could step up into a bigger role this spring?

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