Penn State received its second verbal commitment in the past four days when Delaware linebacker Troy Reeder pledged on Tuesday to sign with the Nittany Lions in 2014.
The 6-foot-2, 230-pounder Reeder has been offered scholarships from a number of schools, including Pitt, and he also is considered a top recruit as a lacrosse player. He also had offers from Miami (Fla.), Boston College, Virginia, Rutgers and Vanderbilt.
Reeder visited Penn State last weekend when the football program hosted junior day on Saturday. Virginia running back Nick Scott gave a verbal commitment to coach Bill O'Brien on Saturday, and he and Reeder join Maryland running back Mark Allen in Penn State's 2014 recruiting class.
The Nittany Lions are not permitted to sign more than 15 prep prospects in 2014 because of NCAA sanctions. They could sign fewer players than that since the Nittany Lions are only allowed to have 65 players on scholarship in 2014.