St. Joseph Prep’s Kyle McCord and Marvin Harrison Jr. might be the most talented sophomore high school football quarterback/receiver tandem in the country.
And, back when the duo took in Penn State’s Whiteout game against Ohio State in September, McCord said the two had discussed teaming up in college.
After Friday morning, they can officially choose to do that at Penn State.
That’s because Harrison Jr. tweeted he added an offer from the Nittany Lions.
Harrison Jr. (6-foot-4, 180 pounds), the son of NFL Hall of Fame receiver Marvin Harrison, is PennLive’s seventh-ranked player in Pennsylvania for the Class of 2021.
He also claims offers from Florida and Syracuse.
McCord (6-3, 200) is PennLive’s top-ranked player in Pennsylvania for 2021.
He passed for more than 2,600 yards and 30 touchdowns last season while leading the Hawks to the 6A state title.
He picked up his Penn State offer back in June and said the Nittany Lions were at the “top of the list” for him.