Penn State hosted plenty of potential recruits during their annual Blue and White game recently. One of those in attendance was James McHale. The offensive lineman from Dunmore (Pa.) has garnered a lot of interest but has yet to pull in an offer.
McHale has visited Connecticut, Rutgers and others but it sounded like he really liked his time in Happy Valley.
"It was awesome up there," said the 6-foot-7, 300-pound McHale. "It was my first Blue and White game and I really enjoyed it. We went to the recruiting lounge and were on the field for pregame. After the game we went on the field. I talked to Nyheem Wartman and Eric Shrive. I know them because they are from my area. We just caught up a little bit.
"Then we went to the locker room which was cool because I had never been there before," he said. "After that we went back up to the recruiting lounge and we watched Coach O'Brien's interviews after the game."
Now McHale is left wondering when he might get an offer from the Nittany Lions.
"No, they didn't offer me," McHale said. "I didn't really get a chance to talk to Coach Mac."
McHale shared his plans for the rest of the offseason.
"I'm not visiting any more schools right now," he said. "I'm going to a few camps coming up and I might go back to Penn State during the summer and a few other schools."
McHale will be competing in the Rivals Camp Series Presented by Under Armour in New Jersey.