July 6, 2012
Penn State has long been known as a hotbed for legacy prospects, and maybe that trend will continue under new head coach Bill O'Brien. One of the first commitments of the O'Brien era was from wide receiver Jonathan Warner, son of Curt Warner, the All-America tailback who helped lead Penn State to the 1982 national championship.
After playing behind several seniors during his junior year, the 6-foot-2, 200-pound wide receiver from Camas, Wash., put in some serious work the summer before his final high school season, transforming into a completely different player.
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