May 2, 2007
Royster plans to make impact
When Broderick Green, a four-star tailback from Pulaski Academy in Little Rock, Ark., passed on the Nittany Lions on National Letter-of-Intent Day this past February, many Penn State fans went into a state of shock.
Very simply, with bruising tailback Tony Hunt headed to the NFL and only one year left for an unproven Austin Scott, Lions' fans were worried.
The fans who were upset at failing to land Green were forgetting a few things, however.
Namely, Evan Royster.
Royster was widely considered the best tailback in Virginia in high school, and was ranked as Rivals.com's No. 26 overall tailback in the country.
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