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  Penn State is in desperate need of production at wide receiver with Jahan Dotson's departure for the NFL. The common line of thinking is that there will be a by-committee approach to make up for the lost receptions and yardage. However, there's a breakout candidate on the roster who has already proven what he's capable of in some of Penn State's biggest games last season. Wide receiver Parker Washington is dynamic with the ball in his hands and that's going to be the hardest part of Dotson's game to replace.

The sophomore has the lower body strength to run through tacklers but can make opponents miss with relative ease when he has space. Not to mention, he had nine catches for 108 yards against Ohio State with Dotson on the field and then seven catches for 98 yards against Arkansas without him. Washington is unlikely to be as good as his predecessor, but he still has a golden opportunity to be the most valuable piece of the offense in 2022. - Centre Times

rSo/2023 WR *Parker WashingtonPenn State
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