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Penn State has made it one step closer to potentially locking up one of the state’s top defensive back recruits in the 2021 class.

Peters Township safety Donovan McMillon tweeted on Friday that Penn State was one of the top 15 teams he will be considering when he makes his college commitment.

The 6-foot-2, 185-pound junior is listed as a three-star recruit by the 247Sports Composite Rankings and is listed as the No. 19 prospect in the state, No. 46 among safeties and No. 808 nationally. PennLive has him listed as the No. 17 player in-state player in his class, and the best at his position.

McMillon included several other Big Ten schools on his top 15, with Michigan, Michigan State, Iowa, Northwestern and Purdue all appearing on his list. He also named Oklahoma, Virginia Tech, Pitt, Arizona State, Notre Dame, Louisville, Texas A&M, Cincinnati and Duke as the other schools he would be considering.

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