Toms River (Pa.) Monsignor Donovan offensive guard Brad Henson doesn't have an offer from Penn State yet but he's a Class of 2013 prospect so there's plenty of time.
On Saturday, Henson joined a large number of other prospects from the current junior and senior classes in Happy Valley for the Nittany Lions' home contest against No. 3 Alabama.
"It was great," Henson said on Sunday. "I had a good time. I enjoyed it a lot. I just went to the game and that was it.
"Before the game I did get to meet with some of the coaches. I got along with all of them well. They were really nice and very welcoming.
"The atmosphere was great. It was a great game to be at."
So far Henson, a 6-foot-5, 275-pound prospect, doesn't have a lot to compare it to.
"I haven't been to a lot of college football games yet so I don't know what it's like at other places yet," he said. "I'm definitely going to be thinking about them quite a bit, though. It was a great atmosphere."
Boston College, Rutgers and UCF are the three schools that have verbally offered Henson so far.
Is there a chance Penn State could give him his fourth offer soon?
"The coaches told me they're going to come after me and recruit me hard during the process," he noted.
Henson said he doesn't have any other college trips lined up yet.