Who helped themselves most in Penn State’s spring practices?


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Michal Menet looks to be in line to start at guard next season. - AUDREY SNYDER / DKPS

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Penn State wrapped up spring practice on Saturday in front of an estimated crowd of 71,000 in Beaver Stadium and in the process continued to show flashes of what's ahead.

The Nittany Lions will end the spring semester within the next two weeks and shortly after that the players will be in a next cycle of training, this one taking them all the way up to camp. While Penn State didn't issue a depth chart this spring, it's safe to say these five Nittany Lions were among those who helped themselves most during the 15 practices.

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