Rivals.com released its latest top 100 for the Class of 2015 Monday afternoon and for Penn State, the results are a mixed bag.
Though the heavy majority of the Nittany Lions' No. 6-ranked class is rated in the Rivals250, a group that had included both offensive lineman Sterling Jenkins and quarterback Brandon Wimbush in the prior Rivals100 is now down to just Wimbush.
For Wimbush, the move was one from No. 92 up to No. 65 in the current rankings while Jenkins dropped from No. 69 off the list.
As of the prior Rivals250 update, Penn State had 10 total members of its committed Class of 2015 ranked among the best 250 prospects in the nation. Tomorrow's update to the Rivals250 will reveal whether or not that number will change.
Among the other Rivals100 prospects still being recruited by Penn State, Christian Wilkins (No. 53) and Marcus Lewis (No. 90) are also on the list.