Atlanta Westlake defensive back Ronnie Blackmon was one of hundreds of college prospects who took advantage of the Penn State-Georgia State satellite camp on Tuesday in Atlanta, and Penn State has gained Blackmon's attention.
"Penn State is a great school with a great tradition," said Blackmon, class of 2016, who has offers from Duke, Georgia Tech and Louisville. "I'd love to play for them one day."
Blackmon said Georgia State also showed a lot of interest in him after what he considered to be a good performance at the camp.
"This [satellite camp] was a great camp and a great opportunity to play in front of good coaching, and I was fortunate enough to have a good day."
Blackmon said he's building relationships with the coaching staffs of Alabama and Florida State, and now he's starting to with Penn State as well after speaking with Nittany Lions coach James Franklin.
"[Franklin] said he's going to be looking at me," Blackmon said. "Hopefully, they'll be offering."