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Penn State football to host No. 1 player in Hawaii from 2025 cycle during visit.

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The Penn State football program is actively scouting talent nationwide for the 2025 recruiting class, thoroughly evaluating players from all 50 states who align with the Nittany Lions’ culture. In a strong commitment to the future, Penn State is set to host Aiden Manutai, the top player from Hawaii in the 2025 cycle, this summer.

Aiden Manutai is a three-star safety prospect in the 2025 class, earning this ranking from both 247Sports and On3. Hailing from Kahuku, HI, Manutai currently holds the distinction of being ranked as the No. 1 player in Hawaii according to the 247Sports composite rankings.

Penn State’s track record of developing underrated safeties and facilitating their progression to the NFL has garnered attention. According to Blair Angulo, a National Recruiting Analyst for 247Sports, Manutai is scheduled to visit Penn State’s campus on June 7th for an upcoming visit.

As the 2025 recruiting class gains momentum, Penn State is still in search of a true safety commitment. While they have secured commitments from defensive backs Omari Gaines and Xxavier Thomas, a dedicated safety commitment is yet to be made. A successful visit with Manutai could potentially secure the commitment of one of the most impactful safeties in the recruiting cycle. Currently holding the No. 6 recruiting class in 2025, Penn State is making significant strides in shaping a promising roster for the future.



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